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Invest 95-L Located Over The Western Caribbean Is Very Likely To Develop Into A Tropical Storm This Weekend

Invest 95-L Located Over The Western Caribbean: Invest 95-L, which is an area of disturbed weather currently located over the western Caribbean, is becoming better organized today & I think it’s well on its way to becoming our next named storm. Satellite imagery today indicates that there are some deep scattered thunderstorm activity across much more »

Hurricane Epsilon Passing Well East Of Bermuda Is Expected To Now Head Out Into The Open Atlantic; Still Keeping An Eye On The Western Caribbean

With Hurricane Epsilon now about to head out into the open Atlantic with no significant impacts to Bermuda, let’s turn our attention to the western Caribbean. Western Caribbean: An area of showers and thunderstorms over the western Caribbean to the west and southwest of Jamaica is being created by a trough of low pressure in more »

Tropical Storm Epsilon Likely Will Become A Hurricane By Thursday, But Is Expected To Pass To The East Of Bermuda; Will We Or Wont We See Tropical Development In The Western Caribbean

Tropical Storm Epsilon: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 26.5 North Latitude, 55.0 West Longitude or about 710 miles to the east-southeast of Bermuda. Maximum Winds: 50 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 996 Millibars or 29.42 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northwest at a forward speed of 8 mph. Epsilon sure doesn’t look like a “classic” tropical more »

Tropical Depression #27 Forms & Likely Will Affect Bermuda Later This Week As A Hurricane; Much, Much Lower Chance For Tropical Development In The Central & Western Caribbean

Tropical Depression #27: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 25.8 North Latitude, 55.5 West Longitude or about 720 miles to the southeast of Bermuda. Maximum Winds: 35 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1003 Millibars or 29.62 Inches. Forward Movement: Stationary. Tropical Depression 27 has formed to the southeast of Bermuda and is very likely to more »

Late October Tropical Development Continues To Be Likely In The Central & Western Caribbean

There aren’t a whole lot of changes to my thoughts in regards to tropical development over the next week or so, therefore, this is more of an update than anything. It continues to look rather likely that we will probably see tropical development in the central and western Caribbean at some point next week. A more »

Late October Tropical Development Is Likely In The Central & Western Caribbean

It looks likely that we will probably see tropical development occur in either the central or western Caribbean as soon as early next week. The setup next week looks primed and ready for tropical development and will consist of Invest 93-L, which is located to the east of the Lesser Antilles pushing across the Leeward more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected For The Next Several Days; Possible Tropical Development Between The Central Caribbean & The Bahamas By Late Next Week (Around October 16)

With the center of Delta now inland over northeastern Louisiana and northern Mississippi, we will now turn our attention to what else is going on across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. At this point, it appears that things may quiet down again for about the several days or so. A tropical disturbance that more »

Hurricane Delta Will Make Landfall Over Southern Louisiana Late This Afternoon & Early This Evening Bringing Up To A 11 Foot Storm Surge, Up To 100-120 mph Winds & Several Inches Of Total Rainfall

Hurricane Delta: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 27.5 North Latitude, 93.8 West Longitude or about 160 miles to the south of Cameron, Louisiana. Maximum Winds: 120 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 958 Millibars or 28.29 Inches. Forward Movement: North at a forward speed of 12 mph. Delta remains at a steady-state Category 3 hurricane more »

Hurricane Delta Is Expected To Strengthen Into A Major Hurricane Today & Make Landfall On The Louisiana Coast Near Cameron Late Friday Afternoon

Hurricane Delta: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 24.0 North Latitude, 92.7 West Longitude or about 400 miles to the south of Cameron, Louisiana. Maximum Winds: 105 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 968 Millibars or 28.59 Inches. Forward Movement: Northwest at a forward speed of 14 mph. Delta is not only gradually intensifying today, but more »

Delta Will Cross The Northern Yucatan Peninsula The Rest Of Today Before It Strengths & Heads For The Northern Gulf Coast

Hurricane Delta: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 21.1 North Latitude, 87.4 West Longitude or about 35 miles to the west of Cancun, Mexico. Maximum Winds: 105 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 974 Millibars or 28.76 Inches. Forward Movement: Northwest at a forward speed of 17 mph. Delta made landfall on the northeastern coast of more »




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