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TROPICAL WEATHER SUMMARY-JUNE 11, 2014

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The Tropics remain quiet today with no systems posing a threat. I do not see tropical storm development through the weekend.Looking farther ahead, the GFS model predicts tropical cyclone formation in the far western Caribbean in the 6-9 day time frame. However, the European model does not offer support. Thus, I will continue to monitor to see what the test of time reveals.Tom Konvicka More>>

TROPICAL WEATHER SUMMARY JUNE 10, 2014

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We are ten days deep into the 2014 Atlantic Basin hurricane season and the quiet pattern continues. Tropical storm formation is not expected through the weekend.Tom Konvicka More>>

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  • Invest 96-L (8-21)

    Tropical Area of Interest is Approaching the Caribbean Islands

    Tropical Area of Interest is Approaching the Caribbean Islands

    Thursday, August 21 2014 8:39 PM EDT2014-08-22 00:39:51 GMT
    Thursday, August 217:35pmIn the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean, there is One area that we are watching for possible development during the next 48 hours.Invest 96-L (Tropical Wave)Shower Thunderstorm activity is abundantly found across an elongated area of low pressure. This Low is around a Tropical Wave that is located 275 miles West of the Lesser Antilles and continues to approach the Leeward Islands.During the next 48 hours, environmental conditions will improve and become more fa...More >>
    Thursday, August 217:35pmIn the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean, there is One area that we are watching for possible development during the next 48 hours.Invest 96-L (Tropical Wave)Shower Thunderstorm activity is abundantly found across an elongated area of low pressure. This Low is around a Tropical Wave that is located 275 miles West of the Lesser Antilles and continues to approach the Leeward Islands.During the next 48 hours, environmental conditions will improve and become more fa...More >>
  • Invest 96-L (8/20)

    Tropical Development Expected in the Western Atlantic Ocean

    Tropical Development Expected in the Western Atlantic Ocean

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 10:09 PM EDT2014-08-21 02:09:15 GMT
    Wednesday, August 208:45pmIn the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean, there is One area that we are watching for possible development during the next 48 hours.Invest 96-L (Tropical Wave)An elongated area of low pressure is associated with a Tropical Wave and continues to produce moderate (and scattered, strong) thunderstorm activity. This disturbance is located about 500 miles East of the Windward Islands and Lesser Antilles. There is some development that is organizing with this system. T...More >>
    Wednesday, August 208:45pmIn the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean, there is One area that we are watching for possible development during the next 48 hours.Invest 96-L (Tropical Wave)An elongated area of low pressure is associated with a Tropical Wave and continues to produce moderate (and scattered, strong) thunderstorm activity. This disturbance is located about 500 miles East of the Windward Islands and Lesser Antilles. There is some development that is organizing with this system. T...More >>
  • Tropical disturbance moving to the Caribbean Sea

    Tropical disturbance moving to the Caribbean Sea

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 2:15 PM EDT2014-08-20 18:15:54 GMT
    Wednesday, August 2011:30 AMMost of the Atlantic Basin is quiet, but there are two tropical disturbances being monitored. The first disturbance isroughly 1000 miles east of the Lesser Antilles. An area of low pressure remains disorganized as it slowly moves westward at 10 to 15 mph. It will continue toward the Caribbean Sea, and will then reach conditions that are favorable for tropical development. Low wind shear, and warm Caribbean waters could strengthen the cluster of thunderstorms into ...More >>
    Wednesday, August 2011:30 AMMost of the Atlantic Basin is quiet, but there are two tropical disturbances being monitored. The first disturbance isroughly 1000 miles east of the Lesser Antilles. An area of low pressure remains disorganized as it slowly moves westward at 10 to 15 mph. It will continue toward the Caribbean Sea, and will then reach conditions that are favorable for tropical development. Low wind shear, and warm Caribbean waters could strengthen the cluster of thunderstorms into ...More >>
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