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Hurricane Michael Strengthens Into A 100 Mph Hurricane & Continues To Strengthen; Life Taking & Property Destroying Storm Surge, Hurricane Force Winds & Heavy Rainfall Will Impact The Northeastern Gulf Coast On Wednesday

Hurricane Michael: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 24.5 North Latitude, 86.1 West Longitude or about 365 miles to the south of Apalachicola, Florida. Maximum Winds: 100 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 968 Millibars or 28.58 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northwest at a forward speed of 12 mph. Michael is strengthening this morning and is currently more »

Hurricane Michael Continues To Strengthen & Will Be A Major Hurricane By Or Before Late Tuesday; Hurricane Warnings & Storm Surge Warnings Issued For The Florida Panhandle & Florida Big Bend

Hurricane Michael: 5 pm EDT/4 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 22.2 North Latitude, 85.2 West Longitude or about 520 miles to the south of Apalachicola, Florida. Maximum Winds: 80 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 978 Millibars or 28.88 Inches. Forward Movement: North at a forward speed of 9 mph. Michael continues to organize and strengthen late this more »

Michael Will Become A Hurricane Very Soon; Hurricane Watches Issued For The Florida Panhandle & Florida Big Bend; Storm Surge Watches Issued For The Florida Panhandle, Florida Big Bend & Parts Of The West Coast Of Florida From Tampa & Points North

Tropical Storm Michael: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 20.9 North Latitude, 85.1 West Longitude or about 70 miles to the south of the western tip of Cuba. Maximum Winds: 70 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 982 Millibars or 29.00 Inches. Forward Movement: North at a forward speed of 7 mph. Michael continues to become more »

Tropical Storm Michael Is Strengthening & Poses A Significant Hurricane Threat To The Florida Panhandle & Parts Of The West Coast Of Florida – From Tampa To Pensacola For Wednesday

Tropical Storm Michael: 5 pm EDT/4 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 19.2 North Latitude, 85.5 West Longitude or about 190 miles to the south-southwest of the western tip of Cuba. Maximum Winds: 50 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 999 Millibars or 29.50 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northeast at a forward speed of 3 mph. Fairly quick Sunday evening more »

Potential Tropical Cyclone #14 Becomes Tropical Depression #14 Over The Northwestern Caribbean & Will Likely Become Tropical Storm Michael By Monday; Michael-To-Be Poses A Hurricane Threat To The Alabama Gulf Coast, The Florida Panhandle & The Big Bend Of Florida – From Mobile To Cedar Key For Wednesday

Tropical Depression #14: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 18.9 North Latitude, 86.8 West Longitude or about 240 miles to the south-southwest of the western tip of Cuba. Maximum Winds: 35 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1004 Millibars or 29.65 Inches. Forward Movement: North at a forward speed of 3 mph. Our tropical system in more »

Potential Tropical Cyclone #14 Continues To Become More Organized & Is Likely To Become A Tropical Depression On Sunday & Then Become Tropical Storm Michael By Monday; The Alabama Gulf Coast & The Florida Panhandle Likely Will Be Impacted By Tropical Storm & Possibly Even Hurricane Conditions On Wednesday

Potential Tropical Cyclone #14: 5 pm EDT/4 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 18.0 North Latitude, 86.6 West Longitude or about 175 miles to the south of Cozumel, Mexico. Maximum Winds: 30 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1006 Millibars or 29.71 Inches. Forward Movement: Northwest at a forward speed of 6 mph. Satellite imagery and other weather data more »

Invest 91-L Located Over The Northwestern Caribbean Continues To Become More Organized & Is Likely To Become A Tropical Depression Or A Tropical Storm By Sunday Or Monday; The Northern & Northeastern Gulf Coast From Pascagoula, Mississippi To Cedar Key, Florida Need To Closely Monitor This System As It Could Be A Tropical Storm Or Even A Hurricane When It Impacts You As Soon As Wednesday

Invest 91-L Located Over The Northwestern Caribbean: Invest 91-L, which is an area of disturbed weather located over the northwestern Caribbean, continues to become more organized this morning. Satellite imagery, weather observations and radar loops indicate that even though this system does not yet have a well-defined circulation it is not too far from doing more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather Over Parts Of The Western Caribbean & Far Eastern Pacific Is Gradually Becoming More Organized; The Gulf Coast From Louisiana To The Big Bend Of Florida Should Closely Monitor This System As It Could Be At Least A Tropical Storm When It Impacts You Sometime During The Middle To End Of Next Week

Area Of Disturbed Weather Over Parts Of The Western Caribbean & The Far Eastern Pacific: The area of disturbed weather that extends from the far eastern Pacific into the western Caribbean is gradually becoming better organized this morning. Satellite imagery indicates that there are a couple of concentrated areas of thunderstorm activity associated with the more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather Over A Part Of The Western Caribbean Continues To Have The Potential To Develop Into A Tropical Depression Or Even A Tropical Storm When It Reaches The Northwestern Caribbean This Weekend & The Southern Gulf Of Mexico Early Next Week; Everyone Along The Gulf Coast From Louisiana To Florida Should Closely Monitor This System

Area Of Disturbed Weather Over Part Of The Western Caribbean: We continue to closely monitor a disorganized area of disturbed weather located from near Jamaica southward into the southwestern Caribbean. In addition, there is also an area of low pressure within this disturbed weather located just east of the eastern coast of Honduras and Nicaragua. more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather Over The Southwestern & Central Caribbean Continues To Have The Potential To Develop Into A Tropical Depression Or A Tropical Storm Late This Week & This Weekend When It Reaches The Northern & Northwestern Caribbean

Area Of Disturbed Weather In The Southwestern & Central Caribbean: This morning’s satellite imagery indicates that the majority of the shower and thunderstorm activity associated with our Caribbean area of disturbed weather has shifted over the last 24 hours from the far southwestern Caribbean to the central Caribbean in the vicinity of between 70 and more »




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