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The Western Gulf Of Mexico, The Eastern Atlantic & The Southeast US Coast All Are Being Watched For Potential Tropical Development, However, Chances For It To Occur Are Very Low

Western Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Remains A Slight Possibility Late This Week Into Next Weekend: A tropical wave now pushing towards the western Caribbean will combine with a surge of moisture pushing northwestward from the western Caribbean to produce the potential for an area of disturbed weather to form in the western or northwestern more »

Invest 97-L May Develop Into A Tropical Depression As It Moves Off Of The Mid-Atlantic Coast Later Today & Tracks Offshore Of The Northeast US Coast Monday; Western Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Still Possible Late This Week Into Next Weekend

Invest 97-L Located Over Eastern North Carolina: A small area of low pressure is currently located over eastern North Carolina. This low pressure system is bringing locally heavy rainfall and gusty winds to the outer banks of North Carolina, which will continue into this afternoon before ending late today. Invest 97-L is expected to head more »

Tropical Development Is Possible Near The Carolina Coastline Later Today Into Sunday & Off Of The Northeast US Coast Monday

Tropical Development Is Possible Near The Carolina Coast Later Today Into Sunday & Off Of The Northeast US Coast On Monday: An area of disturbed weather currently stretches from the northeastern Gulf of Mexico across north Florida and then along the Georgia and Carolina coastline. This disturbed weather is associated with a trough of low more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather Will Bring Heavy Rain This Weekend From Southeast Louisiana To North Florida; Western Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Possible Late Next Week

Area Of Disturbed Weather In The Northeast Gulf Of Mexico: An area of disturbed weather in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico is located near the tail end of a frontal boundary. This disturbed weather is currently producing quite a bit in the way of shower and thunderstorm activity from coastal southeastern Louisiana eastward to western more »

Tropical Wave Now Located Over The Central Atlantic Has A Chance To Develop Into A Tropical System In The Northwestern Caribbean Or The Gulf Of Mexico Later Next Week

Northwestern Caribbean Or Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Is Possible Later Next Week: We continue to keep an eye on a westward moving tropical wave that is currently located over the central Atlantic between 35 and 40 West Longitude. Currently, shower and thunderstorm activity with this tropical wave is very meager and immediate tropical development more »

There Is A Slight Possibility For Northeastern Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development This Weekend

Northeastern Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Possible This Weekend: A frontal boundary that is currently located across the Great Lakes will push into the northern Gulf of Mexico by late this week into this weekend. Anytime a front moves into the Gulf of Mexico during the hurricane season, you really need to keep an eye more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected This Weekend Into The First Half Of Next Week; Tropical Development Is Possible Next Weekend Near The US Southeast Coast Or In The Northeast Gulf Of Mexico

No tropical development is expected throughout this upcoming weekend into the first half of next week across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. By late next week and especially next weekend, we may have to keep an eye on the area near the US Southeast Coast or in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico for more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected This Week Through Possibly Next Week

A tropical wave that was previously designed Invest 96-L by the National Hurricane Center is now pushing across the central and southern Lesser Antilles. This tropical wave will push through the eastern and central Caribbean over the next couple of days and will fall apart due to unfavorable environmental conditions. Elsewhere across the Atlantic, Caribbean more »

Saturday Update On Invest 96-L Located About 700 Miles East Of The Lesser Antilles

lnvest 96-L Located About 700 Miles East Of The Lesser Antilles: Thunderstorm activity associated with Invest 96-L has increased during the overnight hours. Even though this entire disturbance is elongated, it has been able to fight off the dry air which was significantly impacting it throughout yesterday. Given that Invest 96-L is definitely trying to more »

Development Of Invest 96-L Is Looking Much Less Likely Now; No Tropical Development Is Expected Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico For At Least The Next Week

Invest 96-L Located About 1000 Miles East Of The Lesser Antilles: It looks like the tropical disturbance that I’m closely monitoring, Invest 96-L, may not develop at all now due to a combination of strong wind shear & dry air intrusion. Satellite imagery this morning indicates that there are some shower and thunderstorm activity associated more »




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