Author: Rob Lightbown

Tropical Wave Over The Eastern Tropical Atlantic Has A Very Low Chance Of Developing Over The Next Several Days As It Heads Westward Across The Eastern & Central Tropical Atlantic

A tropical wave that’s located over the far eastern Tropical Atlantic is producing very disorganized shower and thunderstorm activity. Analysis of environmental conditions reveals that this wave is located in an area of low wind shear, but there is an more »

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Tropical Wave Now Moving Off Of The Coast Of Africa Should Be Watched Over The Next Week As It Heads Westward Across The Eastern & Central Tropical Atlantic

A tropical wave that’s now pushing off of the coast of Africa today is a system that’s going to be watched as it heads westward over the next week or so. At this point though, the chances for development are more »

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Sub-Tropical Storm Don Will Remain Well Out In The North Atlantic & Not Be A Problem; No Tropical Development Is Expected Elsewhere Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico This Weekend Into Next Week

Sub-Tropical Storm Don: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 33.7 North Latitude, 47.3 West Longitude or about 1170 miles to the west of the Azores. Maximum Winds: 45 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1004 Millibars or 29.65 Inches. Forward Movement: more »

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A Few Items To Note Over The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico

There are a few areas of interest across the Atlantic Basin that I wanted to mention: The first is the expected development of a low pressure system way out in the North Atlantic well east-northeast of Bermuda. Some development into more »

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Colorado State University’s Latest Seasonal Forecast Calls For A More Active Rest Of The Hurricane Season Than Previously Thought

The Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico remains quiet with no tropical development expected through this weekend and probably through all of next week. That said, there are a couple of tropical disturbances I wanted to mention. The first tropical more »

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All Is Quiet Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico With No Tropical Development Expected Through The Rest Of This Weekend & This Coming Weekend At A Minimum

The Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico remains quiet with no tropical development expected through the rest of this weekend and this upcoming weekend. In fact, things may remain quiet right through next week. That said, some of the guidance more »

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No Tropical Development Is Expected Through This Weekend & Next Week Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico

The Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico are quiet with no tropical development expected through this weekend and probably through all of next week. Looking further ahead, there are indications in the data that point towards things may wake up more »

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No Tropical Development Is Expected Through At Least This Weekend Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico

It looks like the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico have calmed down in terms of tropical development chances. All of the tropical action has shifted to the eastern Pacific with the first eastern Pacific hurricane (Adrian) now on the more »

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After Weakening Over The Next Couple Of Days, Cindy May Strengthen Again As It Heads For Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island Late This Coming Week

Tropical Storm Cindy: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 20.9 North Latitude, 58.0 West Longitude or about 435 miles to the north-northeast of the Lesser Antilles. Maximum Winds: 45 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1009 Millibars or 29.80 Inches. Forward more »

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