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Tropical Depression Becomes Tropical Storm Colin; Landfall Expected Tomorrow Night

Tropical depression #3 was upgraded to tropical storm Colin this afternoon just after 4:00pm CDT. Tropical storm Colin is currently located over the Southern Gulf at 23.4°N 87.8°W and is moving to the north at 9mph. Presently Colin has maximum sustained winds of 40mph and a minimum pressure of 1003 millibars…. Continue reading

BREAKING: Tropical Depression #3 Forms over the Gulf of Mexico

The National Hurricane Center has upgraded invest 93-L to tropical depression #3 over the Southern Gulf of Mexico; and tropical storm warnings have been posted for portion of the Florida west coast. Tropical depression 3 is currently moving to the north, has winds of 35mph, and a minimum pressure of… Continue reading

Invest 93-L Becoming Organized; Likely to Become Tropical Storm Colin Today

Invest 93-L is located over the Northeastern tip of the Yucatan peninsula this morning with max winds of 35mph and a minimum pressure of 1005 millibars; and it will be emerging over the southern Gulf later today. In addition, 93-L is becoming better organized with deep convection beginning to fire closer… Continue reading

Invest 93-L Likely to Develop into TS Colin on Monday or Tuesday

Invest 93-L is still located over the Northwestern Caribbean this morning and it still has a high chance – 80% – of developing into a tropical storm over the next five days. Model guidance: Overnight model guidance hasn’t changed much since yesterday. They are still forecasting an area of low pressure… Continue reading

Invest 93-L Likely to Develop over Southern Gulf Early Next Week

The National Hurricane Center has tagged invest 93-l over the Northwestern Caribbean and are now giving it a high chance of developing – 70% – over the next five days. Model guidance: All of the latest model guidance forecast a surface low to develop in association with invest 93-l in the… Continue reading

There is some potential for tropical development across the Northwestern Caribbean and off of the Southeast US Coast between May 28th and June 2nd

  The extended range model guidance has been hinting at the possibility for tropical development somewhere across the Northwestern Caribbean or off of the Southeast US coast in the May 29th to June 2nd timeframe for the past week or so. Model guidance: All of the latest runs of the… Continue reading

There is still potential for tropical development across the Southwestern Atlantic this weekend into early next week

Model guidance: The latest runs of the GFS, ECMWF, CMC, and their ensemble members are forecasting a broad trough of low pressure to form across the Northern Caribbean and Bahamas between the May 26th and May 28th. The GFS, CMC, ECMWF, and GFS ensemble members then forecast a tropical disturbance to… Continue reading

Tropical Development Possible in Northwestern Caribbean or Southern Gulf of Mexico Next Week

It appears that there will be potential for tropical development across the Northwestern Caribbean or Southern Gulf of Mexico between June 6th and 10th. The latest long range model guidance is indicating that an area of disturbed weather might form early/mid-week next week in the Northwestern Caribbean. Thereafter, models indicate… Continue reading

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