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2020 Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico Hurricane Season Forecast (Issued March 10)

Summary: I am forecasting above average tropical storm and hurricane season due to a combination of either neutral ENSO conditions or La Nina conditions, an active Western African Monsoon, above average ocean water temperatures and the possibility of lower than average wind shear conditions. There is also the possibility of well above average activity this more »

Severe Weather, Including Tornadoes, Expected Across Southern Georgia & North Florida Today (Thursday)

Summary: A few severe thunderstorms are possible across southern Georgia and north Florida today (Thursday). Tornadoes and damaging wind gusts will be the main threat, especially during the late morning and early afternoon hours. Details: An upper level trough of low pressure is expected to push across the southeastern United States today. At the same more »

Heavy Rain With Flooding Expected Next Week Across Parts Of Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee & The Carolinas

It looks like heavy rain with flooding rather than severe weather will be the main threat next week across parts of the Southeastern United States. A frontal boundary will stall across the southern and southeastern United States as waves of low pressure ride along this front throughout next week. Widespread rain, some of it heavy, more »

Significant Severe Weather Possible Next Tuesday From The Southern Plains & The Lower Mississippi Valley & Next Wednesday Across The Lower Mississippi Valley & Parts Of The Southeastern U.S.

It looks like the severe weather chances will increase substantially by the early and middle part of next week as a significant trough of low pressure pushes eastward across the central and then southeastern United States. Ahead of this trough of low pressure, a large area of humid, unstable air will stream northward. This will more »

Checking In With You To Let You Know About Our Plans & Schedule For The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season

I wanted to check in with everyone to let you know that I haven’t forgotten about you & that I haven’t disappeared. First I want to let you know that I continue to research and work on the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season that I hope will be posted and sent out during the last part more »

Conflicting Signals Are Making For A Highly Uncertain Forecast For The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season

The forecast for the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season continues to be highly uncertain as there are conflicting signals in regard to whether the season may be inactive or active. I wanted to go over the factors that could make for an active season and the factors that could make for a quiet hurricane season. Factors more »

Be Extremely Careful Looking At Any Early Seasonal Forecasts For The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season

I have received a few e-mails over the past couple of weeks inquiring about my thoughts regarding already posted seasonal forecasts for the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane. So, I’m posting this as a word of caution to use these forecasts with a ton of salt as the uncertainty in the forecast is EXTREMELY HIGH. On one more »

United States Weather Summary For Wednesday, January 1

From The Rest Of Today Through Friday: Heavy rain and thunderstorms will overspread much of the Deep South into the Tennessee River Valley by late tonight and Thursday as a deep surge of moisture lifts northward from the Gulf of Mexico along an advancing warm front. 2 to 4 inches of rainfall is expected with more »

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays From Crown Weather Services

As another year comes to an end, we wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for being subscribers & supporters of Crown Weather Services in 2019. We hope that we have met, if not exceeded, your expectations this year and hope to continue to do so in 2020. We hope that you and your more »

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