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No Tropical Development Is Expected This Week Into Possibly Next Week

Tropical development is not expected throughout this week right into possibly next week. A fairly robust tropical wave is now pushing across Barbados, the Windward Islands and Trinidad and Tobago. This tropical wave is producing some fairly widespread shower and thunderstorm activity which will continue throughout the rest of today. Additional tropical waves are likely more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected This Weekend Into At Least Next Week

Tropical development is not expected throughout this week right through next week. As of right now, there continues to be no areas of immediate concern across the Atlantic, Caribbean or Gulf of Mexico. In fact, it looks quite possible that we could see no named storms for the rest of this month as we are more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected Throughout The Rest Of This Week Through This Weekend

Tropical development is not expected throughout the rest of this week right through at least this weekend. As of right now, there are no areas of immediate concern across the Atlantic, Caribbean or Gulf of Mexico. With that said, there is one thing that I’m keeping an eye on & that is an area of more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected Throughout This Week

Tropical development is not expected throughout this week. As of right now, there are no areas of immediate concern across the Atlantic, Caribbean or Gulf of Mexico. Looking at the current weather analysis – An upper level trough of low pressure currently extends into the eastern Gulf of Mexico with a weak surface low pressure more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected Through At Least This Weekend

Tropical development is not expected through at least this weekend and probably well into next week. As of right now, there are no areas of immediate concern across the Atlantic, Caribbean or Gulf of Mexico. With that said, there are a couple of items to keep an eye on, just in case: The first area more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected The Rest Of This Week Through At Least This Weekend

Tropical development is not expected for at least the next few days, if not much longer, as there are no areas of immediate concern across the Atlantic, Caribbean or Gulf of Mexico. With that said, there are a couple of items to note that are visible on satellite imagery: The first item to note is more »

Tropical Disturbance Will Continue To Bring Heavy Rainfall & Likely Flash Flooding To Southeastern Texas & Southwestern Louisiana This Afternoon & To The Lower Mississippi Valley & The Central Gulf Coast Thursday Through Friday

Even though the tropical disturbance that was Invest 91-L will not develop, it will bring a continuation of heavy rainfall and likely flash flooding to southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana this afternoon through tonight. This threat for flash flooding includes Houston, Beaumont and Lake Charles. For This Afternoon & Tonight Across Southeast Texas & Southwest more »

Invest 91-L Will Bring Heavy Rainfall & A Flood Threat To Southeastern Texas Tonight Through Wednesday & To The Lower Mississippi Valley Thursday Through Friday

Invest 91-L Located Over The Southwestern Gulf Of Mexico: The shower and thunderstorm activity around Invest 91-L continues to oscillate between decreasing during the afternoon and evening hours and increasing during the morning hours. Currently, the shower and thunderstorm activity around Invest 91-L has once again increased, however, there is a seemingly lack of organization. more »

Invest 91-L May Become A Tropical Depression Or A Tropical Storm Over The Next Day Or So; Heavy Rainfall Will Be The Main Threat With This System

Invest 91-L Located Over The Bay Of Campeche: The shower and thunderstorm activity around Invest 91-L has increased overnight, however, satellite derived surface winds indicate that Invest 91-L does not yet have a well-defined low-level circulation. Analysis of environmental conditions show low wind shear conditions over the southern Bay of Campeche with increasing amounts of more »

Invest 91-L Becoming Better Organized & May Become A Tropical Depression Or Tropical Storm In The Bay Of Campeche By Or Before Monday

Invest 91-L Located Over The Southern Bay Of Campeche: An area of low pressure, designated Invest 91-L by the National Hurricane Center, is becoming better organized this morning in the southern Bay of Campeche. Satellite imagery indicates that there is an increasing amount of convection occurring with a gradually tightening circulation center. In addition, satellite more »



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