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Area Of Disturbed Weather Halfway Between The Lesser Antilles & Africa Has A Chance, Albeit A Low One, To Develop Tropically Next Week

Area Of Disturbed Weather Halfway Between The Lesser Antilles & Africa: I continue to keep an eye on an area of disturbed weather that is located about halfway between the coast of Africa and the Lesser Antilles, although this system is less organized than it was at this time yesterday. Satellite imagery indicates that there more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather Halfway Between The Lesser Antilles & Africa Is Being Watched For Possible Tropical Development This Weekend Into Next Week

Area Of Disturbed Weather Halfway Between The Lesser Antilles & Africa (Between 35-40 West Longitude): An area of disturbed weather is being watched for signs of tropical development. This area of disturbed weather is located about halfway between the coast of Africa and the Lesser Antilles between 35-40 West Longitude. Even though satellite imagery is more »

Tropical Storm Debby Located Over The Far North Atlantic Likely To Dissipate By Friday; Area Of Convection Off Of The North Carolina Coast Not Expected To Develop; Tropical Waves Moving Off Of The Coast Of Africa Are Being Watched, Although Development Chances Right Now Are Low

Tropical Storm Debby Over The Far North Atlantic: Tropical Storm Debby, which is located over the far North Atlantic about 1000 miles to the west-northwest of the Azores Islands, is hanging on as a tropical storm. Debby is expected to weaken over the next 24 hours and will likely no longer be tropical by about more »

Invest 97-L Located Over The North Atlantic, A Trough Of Low Pressure To The South Of Bermuda & A Tropical Wave Over The Central Atlantic Near 40 West Longitude Are All Being Watched, Although Development Chances Are Very Low

Invest 97-L Located Over The Far North Atlantic: Satellite imagery this morning indicated that the shower and thunderstorm activity associated with a low pressure system (Invest 97-L) is showing signs that it may be trying to acquire sub-tropical storm characteristics. Invest 97-L is located over the far North Atlantic about 900 miles or so to more »

A Slow Uptick In Activity Across The Atlantic Basin Seems To Be Now Occurring

A Slow Uptick In Activity Across The Atlantic Basin Seems To Be Now Occurring: There are a few areas of some interest across the Atlantic Basin that we are currently keeping an eye on. The first area to mention is a non-tropical low pressure system, designated Invest 97-L by the National Hurricane Center, that is more »

Tropical Development Is Not Expected The Rest Of This Week Through This Weekend Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico

Tropical Development Is Not Expected The Rest Of This Week Through This Weekend Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico: Overall, the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico are expected to remain “quiet” throughout the rest of this week right through this weekend. There are 3 tropical waves that are currently traversing the Atlantic more »

Tropical Development Is Not Expected This Week Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico; Tropical Development Chances Still Looks To Begin Increasing Across The Atlantic Basin Between August 5 & August 18

Tropical Development Is Not Expected This Week Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico: Overall, the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico are expected to remain “quiet” throughout this week as satellite imagery indicated no areas of immediate interest. Even though things are expected to be quiet this week, I will be keeping an more »

Tropical Development Is Not Expected This Weekend Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico; Two Areas That May Need To Be Watched For Potential Tropical Development Starting Later Next Week

Tropical Development Is Not Expected This Weekend Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico: Overall, the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico are expected to remain “quiet” this weekend and probably into at least the first half of next week with no areas of concern in terms of potential tropical development. Two Areas That more »

Tropical Development Is Not Expected This Week Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico; Tropical Development Chances Are Expected To Increase Across The Atlantic Basin Starting Between August 5 & August 18

Tropical Development Is Not Expected This Week Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico: Overall, the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico are expected to be “quiet” this week with no areas of concern in terms of potential tropical development. The big story this week will be a potentially very dangerous, life threatening heavy more »

A Coastal Storm Will Impact The Mid-Atlantic States & Southern New England Especially Later Today, Tonight & Sunday With A Period Of Heavy Rainfall, Possible Strong To Severe Thunderstorms & Windy Conditions; Tropical Development Chances Expected To Increase Across The Atlantic Basin Starting The First & Especially The Second Week Of August

A Coastal Storm System Will Impact The Mid-Atlantic States & Southern New England Especially Later Today. Tonight & Sunday: An area of low pressure is currently organizing near the coast of eastern North Carolina. The low pressure system is expected to intensify as it moves nearly due north into Chesapeake Bay this evening before moving more »


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