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Invest 97L has dropped to 30% chance of development over the next 5 days. Watching as it rapidly moves west over the Atlantic.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 329 (Nicholas) , Major: 345 (Ida) Florida - Any: 1399 (Michael) Major: 1399 (Michael)
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August So Far Mostly Quiet

Posted: 11:00 AM 09 August 2022 | | Add Comment

With the exception of 97L which has a 30% chance for development, the first part of August has been fairly quiet. It's likely that in the latter half of August this will change, but things are trending toward a climatological average season this year. However, only takes one large one, and with a great deal of extremely warm water in the Western Atlantic, it's important to watch closer to home this year since things can change quickly.

97L is likely to hit shear this weekend which will keep it in check, but it is still worth watching beyond that to see where things go, and as the season peak starts toward the end of the month.

In general this site will be updated when things happen, and won't be when things are quiet.


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Second Half of June: Tropical Storm Bonnie and Invests

Posted: 02:34 PM 14 June 2022 | 1 Comment | Add Comment | Newest: 05:29 AM 26-Jun EDT

6:AM EDT 2 July 2022 Update
NHC has upgraded 96L to Tropical Storm Colin this morning. A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued from South Santee River,
South Carolina, to Duck, North Carolina, including Pamlico Sound.


11:55PM EDT 1 July 2022 Update
We're adding more info to the Main Page and have started a Forecast Lounge on Invest 96L, as a tropical storm may be forming. Should for some reason 96L not get upgraded, functionally strong T.D. if not Tropical Storm conditions are now underway in and around and increasingly offshore of Charleston, S.C., regardless.

Colin Forecast Lounge

6:30PM EDT 1 July 2022 Update
Bonnie continues to organize heading towards landfall later tonight near the Nicaragua and Costa Rica border. Recon is currently starting to sample the cyclone and will have a better handle on how strong it is and will become before crossing Central America and continuing on in the East Pac.

Elsewhere, old Invest 95L hasn't given up the ghost and is bringing lots of rain and some flooding to the upper Texas coast and southwestern Louisiana. Now mostly inland, further development is not anticipated, but it was close.

Off the southeast coast, we now have newly Invest-tagged 96L that for all practical intents and purposes is yet another walks like a duck, quacks like a duck system this season, but is conservatively outlooked officially, likely owing to the relatively high pressures in the region, its ongoing fight with shear, and close proximity to land. Would treat it as a T.D. if going to the beach, however.


12:30PM EDT 1 July 2022 Update
Quick update to add that one of the numerous perky disturbances we have been tracking this past week has developed into an area of well-defined low pressure just offshore GA/SC and is worth closely monitoring. So far this season has had a great deal more disturbances and "almost-theres" than is typical early on, with at least two of these perhaps candidates for review by NHC post-season.

11:00AM EDT 1 July 2022 Update
Potential Tropical Cyclone 2 continued to organize overnight and recon has determined that at long last it has finally organized sufficiently into a tropical cyclone, Tropical Storm Bonnie.

Elsewhere, Invest 95L has pushed into the upper TX coast and devolved into a trof again, with no development expected.

NHC:
The government of Nicaragua has discontinued the Hurricane Watch for the Caribbean coast and issued a Tropical Storm Warning for the Pacific coast.

The government of Costa Rica has upgraded the Tropical Storm Watchto a Tropical Storm Warning for a portion of the Pacific coast.

SUMMARY OF WATCHES AND WARNINGS IN EFFECT:

A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for...
* San Andres Colombia
* Limon Costa Rica northward to Sandy Bay Sirpi Nicaragua
* Cabo Blanco Costa Rica northward to the border of Nicaragua and Honduras

11:00AM EDT 30 June 2022 Update
Recon is flying into Invest 95L off the Texas coast as well as PTC2 just now entering the southwestern Caribbean to help determine the internal structure of these systems and collect data on the atmosphere they are in.

Morning light suggests that Potential Tropical Cyclone 2 is very nearly if not a tropical storm at this time, but having been fooled a few times before, NHC is cautiously awaiting reliable recon data before making any changes. A well-defined lower level center formed overnight, perhaps over the Gulf of Venezuela, and has since exited the Guajira Peninsula of northern Columbia and northwestern Venezuela. Visible satellite images as of the time of this update are suggestive of motion that is slightly north of due west, and it will be interesting to see if recon finds that this is temporary or something more enduring.

SUMMARY OF WATCHES AND WARNINGS IN EFFECT AS OF THIS UPDATE:

A Hurricane Watch is in effect for...
* Nicaragua/Costa Rica border to Laguna de Perlas Nicaragua

A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for...
* San Andres Colombia
* Limon Costa Rica northward to Sandy Bay Sirpi Nicaragua

A Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for...
* Cabo Blanco Costa Rica northward to Puerto Sandino Nicaragua


4:00AM EDT 28 June 2022 Update
Overnight, the disturbance in the Gulf south of Louisiana has started to get a little organized, and is now Invest tagged 95L. This disturbance looks to have some chance of becoming a home-grown sleeper, and interests in the western Gulf may want to pay attention. Features in the Atlantic basin right now are unseasonably active.

We have started a Lounge on 95L for deeper dives into models and general best guesses Invest 95L Forecast Lounge

Elsewhere, PTC2 is presently centered near near 9.3N 55.2W, with movement toward the west at about 23 mph (37 km/h). A west to west-northwest track is forecast through Thursday, with the updated NHC forecast brushing most of the Venezuela coastline, limiting development, but still bringing heavy rain and tropical storm force winds to the region, regardless.

SUMMARY OF WATCHES AND WARNINGS IN EFFECT:

A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for...
* Trinidad and Tobago
* Grenada and its dependencies

A Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for...
* Coast of Venezuela from Pedernales to Cumana, including Islas de Margarita, Coche, and Cubagua
* Bonaire


3:00PM EDT 27 June 2022 Update

Someone forgot to tell 2022 that the middle of a season doesn't start in June, but here we are with a wave train that looks entirely from another month. With too many features to break down on a main page, the image above is probably good for the thousand words.

The immediate features worth noting individually are:
Invest 94L Recon is now flying and Tropical Storm Watches and Warnings may be issued for portions of the Windwards and northeastern Venezuela later today or tonight, even though a well defined closed circulation is not yet apparent and it is most likely still an amplified wave, but it is indeed closing in on becoming a cyclone.
Wave behind 94L This could very well be on its way to an Invest tag itself in short order.
Trof in the northern Gulf, here also possibly another Invest tag soon
Trof over the Bahamas Not a feature in the NHC 2PM Tropical Weather Outlook. Easily worth a mention later.


4:00AM EDT 26 June 2022 Update
All eyes are now east of the Caribbean with another Invest, 94L, with a HIGH chance of becoming a Tropical Cyclone within the next 5 days. Models are especially bullish on this intense tropical wave, and there is nothing obvious ahead to discount such aggressive forecasts. Interests in the Eastern Caribbean may want to begin paying closer attention.

We now have a Forecast Lounge up on 94L for open discussion and deeper dives into the models
Invest 94L Forecast Lounge

Behind 94L there is another wave that appears to have some potential to start coming together in as little as the next couple of days. The tropical wave train this past week has looked a lot more like what we expect later in the season.

Much closer, a few models want to spin up a portion of the front that is now entering the northern Gulf into a low pressure center, perhaps TD or weak TS, in the coming week and send it west. Could call it a Texas "threat," but if all it becomes is a weak named storm at most, lots of Texans might think it more of a treat given the ongoing drought.


Original Update
The second half of June begins with yet another new Invest (93L). This continues a trend of an unusually perky first month of the Atlantic Hurricane Season, and as climatology favors systems that form in the western Atlantic during any month of June, named systems are more likely than not to occur close to land at this time of year.

Invest 93L is presently located in the extreme southwestern Caribbean. NHC gives this Tropical Low a 40% chance of becoming a T.D. or T.S. within about 48-96 hours (and it is already nearly there). The system is expected to track north-northwest to northwest over the coming days, and heavy precipitation with the potential for flooding is likely over eastern Nicaragua and eastern Honduras this week, regardless of development.

Recon is tentatively scheduled to fly 93L tomorrow (Wednesday).

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Potential Tropical Cyclone One (Alex) and Invest 92L

Posted: 04:46 PM 02 June 2022 | 1 Comment | Add Comment | Newest: 10:33 PM 02-Jun EDT


Above: Tropical Storm Alex and Invest 92L June 5, 2022 2030z

5:00PM EDT 05 June 2022 Updated
Alex is now a strong western Atlantic Tropical Storm with maximum sustained winds at the surface estimated to be 65MPH. Recon continues flights into the cyclone on its approach to Bermuda tonight to get a closer look.


12:00PM EDT 05 June 2022 Update
PTC1 sufficiently organized overnight and became Tropical Storm Alex. The cyclone has so far continued to intensify today, with maximum sustained surface winds as of this update estimated to be a possibly conservative 60 MPH.

Alex is headed towards Bermuda first, before becoming Post-Tropical further out at sea, and Tropical Storm Warnings are up for Bermuda, where the greatest impact should be felt later tonight into Monday. Hurricane-force gusts on the island are very possible.


3:30PM EDT 03 June 2022 Update
The center of sprawling PTC One appears to be leaping a bit as it chases the deeper convection that is being sheared to the northeast. The number one threat from One will continue to be from moderate to very heavy rain, much of it falling over the same locations, leading to flooding.

Elsewhere, we are also tracking newly Invest-tagged 92L, located west-southeast of Bermuda.

5AM EDT 03 June 2022 Update
Recon overnight found that PTC One has become better organized, with lower pressure, and slightly stronger wind, but was unable to conclusively determine that a more stable and closed low level circulation center has formed.

Because of the sprawling nature of this system and the finding of tropical storm winds at the surface, NHC has issued additional Tropical Storm Warnings, now including the east coast of Florida, western Cuba, and the northwestern Bahamas.

Daylight visible satellite imagery and another recon pass will help determine if a Tropical Cyclone has formed.

Original Entry
Invest 91L does not yet meet the criteria for designation as a Tropical Cyclone. However, as it is organized enough and highly likely to become a bona fide TC, NHC is starting Advisories on Potential Tropical Cyclone One, with tropical storm conditions anticipated within 48 hours along its path.

PTC One is expected to be a prolific rainmaker, and flooding could become serious especially where there is training. In addition, there looks to be a good risk of waterspouts and tornadoes, some moving very fast, some others also at night. Warning lead times on such tornadoes can be brief, and within heavy precip can be especially difficult to see coming. Flood Watches/Warnings and Tornado Watches/Warnings will likely also be forthcoming.

Join us for more analysis and model talk on ALEX in the Tropical Storm Alex Forecast Lounge


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Pre-Season Areas

Posted: 03:35 PM 22 May 2022 | | Add Comment

2PM EDT 01 June 2022 Update
The formerly broad area of low pressure with several individual parts including what was east Pac Hurricane Agatha has become much better defined today, and we now have a good looking 'suspect area,' Invest 91L, in the northwestern Caribbean.

Recon has been tasked to fly into 91L tomorrow, which may already be designated a Tropical Cyclone by that time. The data recon collects will be invaluable in forecasting the system's future track and intensity. For now, models do not have the best handle, but generally take a developing cyclone across south Florida by and over the coming weekend.
-Ciel

2PM EDT 31 May 2022 Update

There is a bit of a jumbled grab bag of low pressure areas now across Central America, the extreme southern Bay of Campeche and the northwestern Caribbean, but it is becoming more obvious that what remains of former Hurricane Agatha is probably going to soon emerge over the southern Gulf of Mexico and be a key player in the weather making this week in the region and heading towards Florida later in the week.

This area of disturbed weather is not yet Invest tagged, but we are now tracking it in a Forecast Lounge titled Agatha and Company . This Lounge will be renamed as warranted (91L, etc.).
- Ciel

6AM EDT 28 May 2022 Update

While the Atlantic Remains Quiet, the first storm of the East Pacific Season has formed and likely will impact southern Mexico as a hurricane. This is Tropical Storm Agatha, and the Government of Mexico has issued a Hurricane Watch for the southern coast of Mexico from Salina Cruz to Punta Maldonado. Agatha is quickly gaining intensity this morning.

Portions of this area is fairly mountainous, but there remains the potential for the remnants of Agatha to re-emerge in or near the Southern Gulf/Bay of Campeche next week, so this system needs to be watched closely for the Atlantic basin later next week.

NHC's East Pacific Info Page

Original Update

The hybridish disturbance we have been tracking is now being highlighted by NHC as well. Low odds of getting a name, but the weather it produces will be similar, regardless. This is being tracked as Invest 90L. This area only has a 10% chance for development and is unlikely to become named, however those along the northern Gulf coast, those in the western Florida Panhandle and Alabama, should watch it overnight tonight..

This hybrid Low (#90L) in the northern Gulf we are tracking continues to organize and take on more of the features associated with classic subtropical cyclones. In fact, recently there have been some pockets of sustained convection and stronger winds closer to the center - as one would expect in a system becoming more tropical. Interests in the northern Gulf and along the coast may want to continue to monitor this Invest. Moderate to heavy rains, lightning and potentially damaging wind gusts are likely to occur, as well as some risk of waterspouts and tornadoes, regardless of classification.

The official start of the 2022 Hurricane Season is June 1st, the first name on the list is Alex.

More information and discussion about 90L can be found in the Forecast Lounge.



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