POSTS BY: JUSTIN ALLEN

Tropical Storm Harvey forms in the Atlantic

Tropical Storm Harvey has formed in the Atlantic after hurricane hunters found a defined circulation. Tropical Storm #Harvey Advisory 2: Hurricane Hunter Finds That the Disturbance Has Become Tropical Storm Harvey. https://t.co/VqHn0uj6EM — NHC Atlantic Ops (@NHC_Atlantic) August 17, 2017 Tropical Storm Harvey is currently located at 13.0 N, 55.8 W and is moving west...

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And Here We Go… Two New Systems in the Atlantic

Two areas of interest are poised to get the heart of hurricane season rolling relatively soon as the lull we have been in the past few weeks looks to be quickly coming to an end. Invest 99L and Invest 90L are two disturbances we are tracking for future tropical development with both having a medium...

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Invest 94L initialized in the Atlantic

We now have Invest 94L in the Atlantic. This means the NHC thinks this area of storms deserves extra monitoring for tropical cyclone development. Watching wave #94L in the far East Atlantic, 60% chance for development. Worth watching as it crosses the Atlantic. — Flhurricane (@cfhc) July 3, 2017 As of now our wave is...

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Tropical Update from Meteorologist Zack Fradella

A Tropical Storm is likely to develop in the Gulf over the next few days with potential impacts on someone along the Gulf Coast. Question is who? I get a little more in depth in this video update on how this may all play...

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Tropical Update: Two areas to watch in the Atlantic and Gulf

Moving through June, activity does slowly increase as we can see here with this morning’s outlook from the National Hurricane Center. Finally some tropical activity to monitor over the Atlantic! MDR system has a higher probability of genesis compared to Gulf threat via EPS pic.twitter.com/MJhHliEDLs — Michael Ventrice (@MJVentrice) June 14, 2017 Both of these...

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Tropical Update: June 3rd, 2017

The NHC has noticed our friend in the gulf, but they don’t think much of it at all. They have given it a 0% chance of formation in the next 5 days. This system has shown some rotation, but the conditions in it’s path are far from ideal. Upper level shear is spread across the...

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Stormy Weather Ahead Through Tuesday, Latest on the Tropics

Rain, rain, go away… Well, you can pretty much take the image above and apply it every day through Tuesday. Precipitable water values (a measure of how much moisture is available to produce precipitation) are around 2 inches. For reference: 0.50 inches or less = very low moisture content 0.50 to 1.25 inches = low...

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Hurricane Season 2017 Has Begun

It is officially hurricane season! As of now there are no threats in the Atlantic basin for the next 3 days....

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Tropical Moisture from Beatriz on the Way

The large plume of tropical moisture associated with Tropical Depression 2 in the Pacific is already impacting the Gulf all the way up to LA. Expect bands of tropical downpours to continue over the next several days as this area of disturbed weather gets funneled into our coastline. Rainfall accumulations between 3-5″ are likely through...

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Waterspouts and Flooding Strike South Louisiana

Waterspouts and widespread flooding ravaged the region on Tuesday. As our latest system moved across the coast, waterspouts spawned easily and torrential rains dropped upwards of 5-6 inches across the...

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