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Nestor Will Continue To Bring Gusty Winds & A Storm Surge To The Eastern Florida Panhandle, The Big Bend Area Of Florida & Parts Of The West Coast Of The Florida Peninsula The Rest Of Today

Tropical Storm Nestor: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 29.5 North Latitude, 86.8 West Longitude or about 80 miles to the west-southwest of Panama City, Florida. Maximum Winds: 50 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 996 Millibars or 29.41 Inches. Forward Movement: Northeast at a forward speed of 17 mph. Nestor does not look like a more »

Nestor Is Strengthening & Will Bring Tropical Storm Force To Possibly Hurricane Force Winds & Up To A 3 To 6 Foot Storm Surge To The Eastern Florida Panhandle, The Big Bend Area Of Florida & Parts Of The West Coast Of The Florida Peninsula Tonight & Saturday

Tropical Storm Nestor: 2 pm EDT/1 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 26.3 North Latitude, 89.5 West Longitude or about 355 miles to the southwest of Panama City, Florida. Maximum Winds: 60 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1001 Millibars or 29.56 Inches. Forward Movement: Northeast at a forward speed of 22 mph. Just a quick update – Satellite more »

Potential Tropical Storm Nestor Will Bring Tropical Storm Force To Possibly Hurricane Force Winds & Up To A 3 To 6 Foot Storm Surge To Parts Of The Florida Panhandle, The Big Bend Area Of Florida & Parts Of The West Coast Of The Florida Peninsula Tonight & Saturday

Potential Tropical Storm Nestor: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 25.1 North Latitude, 91.2 West Longitude or about 305 miles to the south-southwest of the Mouth of the Mississippi River. Maximum Winds: 40 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1004 Millibars or 29.65 Inches. Forward Movement: Northeast at a forward speed of 21 mph. Satellite imagery more »

Potential Tropical Storm Nestor Has Formed Over The Southwestern Gulf Of Mexico

Potential Tropical Storm Nestor: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 22.4 North Latitude, 95.7 West Longitude or about 620 miles to the southwest of the Mouth of the Mississippi River. Maximum Winds: 35 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1007 Millibars or 29.74 Inches. Forward Movement: North at a forward speed of 8 mph. The National more »

Tropical Storm Development Is Likely As Soon As This Afternoon Over The Western Gulf Of Mexico; This Likely Tropical Storm Will Impact The North-Central & Northeast US Gulf Coast From Friday Through Saturday

Invest 96-L Located Over The Southwestern Gulf Of Mexico: An area of low pressure, designated Invest 96-L by the National Hurricane Center, is currently located over the southwestern Gulf of Mexico. The shower and thunderstorm activity associated with Invest 96-L is steadily becoming better organized and it is likely that it will become a tropical more »

Increasing Chance For Tropical Storm Development Over The Southwestern Gulf Of Mexico By Thursday Night Or Friday; This Potential Tropical Storm Will Impact The North-Central & Northeast US Gulf Coast Saturday & Saturday Night

Tropical Storm Development Is Looking Increasingly More Likely Over The Southwestern Gulf Of Mexico By Thursday Night Or Friday: It appears that an area of low pressure is currently forming over the southwestern part of the Bay of Campeche. Satellite imagery indicates that there has been an increase in thunderstorm activity over the western and more »

Tropical Development Is Possible Over The Bay Of Campeche Or The Southwestern Gulf Of Mexico On Thursday Night Or Friday

Tropical Development Is Possible Over The Bay Of Campeche Or The Southwestern Gulf Of Mexico On Thursday Night Or Friday: Satellite imagery and weather observations indicate that there is a robust tropical disturbance located over the eastern Pacific about 200 miles to the south of Guatemala. It looks likely that this disturbance, which may develop more »

Broad Low Pressure Over Central America Likely Will Lead To Eastern Pacific Tropical Development & A Possibility For Bay Of Campeche Or Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Later This Week

First & Foremost – Meg and I would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the overwhelming outpouring of love and condolences on the death of our dog, Moxie, on Saturday night. We rescued Moxie and her sister Daisy a little less than two years ago as their previous owner died more »

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Is Possible Late This Weekend & Early Next Week; This Tropical System May Move Into The Bay Of Campeche Later Next Week

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Is Possible Late This Weekend & Early Next Week: Satellite imagery indicates that there continues to be some shower and thunderstorm activity occurring over the southwestern Caribbean. This convection is being caused by a broad low pressure system over this area of the southwestern Caribbean. Analysis of environmental conditions indicates that more »

Southwestern Caribbean Tropical Disturbance May Develop Into A Tropical System This Weekend With A Track Towards The Northwestern Caribbean Possible Early Next Week

Southwestern Caribbean Tropical Disturbance Being Watched For Possible Tropical Development: Satellite imagery indicates that there is an area of shower and thunderstorm activity occurring over the southwestern Caribbean. This disturbed weather is being caused by a tropical wave interacting with the Monsoon trough of low pressure. This convection has been occurring here since yesterday morning more »




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