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Significant East Coast Storm Will Bring Everything From Heavy Rainfall & Strong Winds Across The Mid-Atlantic States & Northeastern US To Severe Weather Across The Southeastern United States From Friday Through Saturday

An area of low pressure now located over the northwestern Gulf of Mexico is expected to track along the northern Gulf Coast the rest of today through tonight. On Friday, this low pressure system is expected to redevelop and strengthen along the North Carolina coast and then move along the Mid-Atlantic coast on Friday night more »

Significant East Coast Storm Still Expected From Friday Through Saturday

An area of low pressure is expected to track along the northwestern and northern Gulf Coast over the next 48 hours before redeveloping and strengthening near the North Carolina and Virginia coast late Friday. This low pressure system is then forecast to move along the Mid-Atlantic and New England on Saturday. This storm is likely more »

Tropical Development Possible This Weekend Well Northeast Of The Lesser Antilles

A very disorganized area of disturbed weather, designated Invest 95-L by the National Hurricane Center, is located about 900 miles to the east of the northern Leeward Islands or near 20 North Latitude, 50 West Longitude. Satellite imagery indicates that the shower and thunderstorm activity associated with Invest 95-L is stretched out and not even more »

Gulf Of Mexico Low Pressure Development Mid To Late Week Likely To Turn Into A Significant East Coast Storm This Weekend

An area of low pressure is expected to form across the western Gulf of Mexico over the next couple of days and then track across the northern Gulf of Mexico on Thursday and Friday. From there, this low pressure system is forecast to strengthen as it moves up the US East Coast this weekend bringing more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected Anytime Soon; Increased Storminess Possible Starting Along The Northern Gulf Coast Next Week & Spreading Up The US East Coast Late This Month

Increased Storminess Possible Starting Along The Northern Gulf Coast Next Week & Spreading Up The US East Coast Late This Month: A stationary front and an area of low pressure is expected to impact the northern Gulf Coast and parts of the western Gulf Coast with occasional heavy rainfall starting this weekend along the lower more »

A Storm System May Bring Hazardous Marine Conditions To The Northwestern & Northern Gulf Of Mexico From Tuesday To Friday Of Next Week

A Storm System May Bring Hazardous Marine Conditions To The Northwestern & Northern Gulf Of Mexico From Tuesday To Friday Of Next Week: A stationary front now stretched across the western and northern Gulf of Mexico will bring occasional heavy rainfall throughout the rest of this week through this weekend along mostly the lower and more »

Tropical Development In The Southwestern Caribbean Is Possible Sometime Today Into Tuesday; US East Coast Storminess Possible At The End Of This Month

Southwestern Caribbean Tropical Development Possible Sometime Today Into Tuesday: There is an area of disturbed weather over the southwestern Caribbean that has a chance to develop over the next 24-36 hours before it moves inland into Central America on Tuesday. Satellite imagery indicates that there has been an increase in shower and thunderstorm over the more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected Across The Atlantic, Caribbean Or Gulf Of Mexico For At Least The Next 7 Days

Fortunately, things have quieted right now across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico with no areas of immediate concern. An area of low pressure may form over the western Caribbean this weekend and then head westward into Central America early next week. At this point, it appears that tropical development now looks unlikely due more »

Michael Will Bring Heavy Rainfall & Tropical Storm Conditions To Parts Of South Carolina, North Carolina & Southeastern Virginia The Rest Of Today

Tropical Storm Michael: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 34.1 North Latitude, 81.8 West Longitude or about 40 miles to the west-northwest of Columbia, South Carolina. Maximum Winds: 50 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 986 Millibars or 29.12 Inches. Forward Movement: Northeast at a forward speed of 21 mph. Michael continues to weaken as it more »

Major Hurricane Michael Continues To Strengthen & Is Approaching Category 5 Intensity

Major Hurricane Michael: 12 pm EDT/11 am CDT Statistics: Location: 29.6 North Latitude, 85.8 West Longitude or about 35 miles to the southwest of Mexico Beach, Florida. Maximum Winds: 150 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 923 Millibars or 27.26 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northeast at a forward speed of 14 mph. Data from reconnaissance aircraft indicates that more »


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