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Second Half of October Kicks off with 96L in the Gulf

Posted: 02:55 PM 16 October 2019 | | Add Comment



Conditions for subtropical and tropical cyclone development closer to home are on the rise climatologically in mid to late October, and right on cue we have a concerning trof in the southwestern Gulf, having split off from the same parent Central American feature that went on to also spin out PTC SEVENTEEN in the eastern Pacific yesterday.

Now over the very warm waters of the Bay of Campeche, 96L is showing signs of pulling things together at a somewhat faster clip, and as of this post, NHC gives it a coin toss of becoming a subtropical or tropical cyclone within just the next 48 hours.

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Melissa and the last part of October

Posted: 07:55 AM 13 October 2019 | | Add Comment

Tropical Storm Melissa continues to move out to sea, it formed from a noreaster, which is a little unusual, but not unheard of.

94L is the far east Atlantic off Africa has a higher chance to develop at the moment than the wave in the western Caribbean near Honduras, it wil be worth watching to see if it makes it into the Bay of Campeche or not. We'll be watching that and anything else that pops up.

The area to concentrate on watching the West Caribbean and Gulf this time of year.



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Karen Watch

Posted: 11:27 AM 22 September 2019 | 9 Comments | Add Comment | Newest: 05:51 PM 26-Sep EDT

6:00 AM EDT Update 26 September 2019
Tropical Storm Karen is barely a Tropical storm this morning and now forecast to weaken into an open wave, meaning it will most likely dissipate in the future because of hostile conditions, which is good news. We'll continue to monitor it.

Lorenzo on the other hand is a category 3 hurricane in the open Atlantic, but it is staying out to sea. Although in the long term the Azores may want to watch it to see how close it gets.

No other areas are being really watched right now, as the Yucatan wave never really materialized. The general areas that are watched more closely into October are the Western Caribbean and Gulf, but neither has anything at the moment to watch now..

6:00 AM EDT Update 25 September 2019
Tropical Storm Karen is now north of the Caribbean and forecast to remain a Tropical storm over the next 5 days. The forecast takes it generally north or just east of north until Friday where the system slows down and does a clockwise loop before heading back to the west on the weekend. This is an unusual track, but the building ridge in the wake of now Post-Tropical Jerry should be enough to force it back west, and also likely weaken the system some due to shear. However, how much weakening is up in the air.

Beyond the 5 day track it is possible for Karen to get close to the Bahamas, and those in the Bahamas and even Florida should still watch. The ridge could be strong enough to push Karen fairly far south, although if it does the storm is likely to be very weak. The timing and how long Karen stalls before moving west are key things to watch for the long term impacts, as well as how strong (or weak) Karen is at the time. I'd expect the end of the forecast track to shift south and west over the next few days.

Bottom line Karen needs to be watched for Florida, but too soon to tell what impacts.it would have, if the storm is indeed moving west on Sunday we'll likely have a better general idea then. If it were to impact Florida it would likely be mid to late next week if it stays together as a system (it may dissipate once it moves further west).

Hurricane Lorenzo is still moving west in the far east Atlantic, and forecast to become a major hurricane and recurve well out sea. Although the Azores still may want to keep watch to see how close Lorenzo manages to get later.

Additionally, the Yucatan area has a 20% chance to develop,

5:30 AM EDT Update 24 September 2019
Karen has regained Tropical Storm strength again overnight and is now forecast to be over the eastern side of Puerto Rico this afternoon and quickly move north of the Caribbean. Tropical Storm Warnings remain up for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

After this it is expected to move north or just east of north for most of the week before slowing down over the weekend then moving back to the west all while remaining a tropical storm. Beyond this things still are interestin gas the ridge that develops between Karen and Jerry is strong enough to push Karen westward which means Florida and the Bahamas will need to watch this system into the mid to later part of next week. As of now it looks like shear and dry air conditions will likely keep Karen on the weaker side, but intensity forecasting is very difficult.

Jerry is also weak and moving near Bermuda as a tropical storm, it's closest approach to Bermuda will be tomorrow.

Lorenzo is a tropical storm in the far eastern Atlantic and is forecast to be a major hurricane, but not expected to affect any land areas.

There is also a low chance area for development near the Yucatan (20%) that is being watched.

7:30 AM EDT Update 23 September 2019
Tropical Storm Karen is very weak this morning and could even weaken to depression strength today in the East Caribbean. However there is now a Tropical Storm Warning up for Puerto Rico, Vieques, Culebra, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. And a watch for the British Virgin Islands as it nears the area. Assuming Karen survives conditions are better for development once north of the Caribbean.

Once beyond the Caribbean the Bahamas and Florida may want to watch this and the models suggest the ridge will be strong enough after Jerry moves out to push Karen toward the west toward Florida and the Bahamas, the forecast track shows the bend west at the end. .Plenty of time to watch, but Karen has a much higher chance to be forced west than any of the other recent systems.

Tropical Depression 13 formed in the east Atlantic off Africa. This one is expected to stay out to sea, but may near the Azores at some point.

Tropical Storm watches are up for Bermuda for Jerry as it is expected to pass enough north for only some of the impacts to be felt there, those in Bermuda should continue to watch it closely in case of changes.

Original Update
Tropical Storm Karen has formed near the southern windward islands in the Caribbean, * this one should be followed very closely over the next two weeks *. Because of the current position, Tropical Storm Warnings are up for Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada and its dependencies, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Tropical Storm watches are now up for Puerto Rico, the US and British Virgin Islands and also Vieques and Culebra.

Currently Karen is expected tor remain a tropical storm while in the Caribbean as it is somewhat disorganized and fighting shear, there is a potential for the system to fall apart completely if the shear intensifies too much.

If it survives, beyond the Caribbean, the track slows, and becomes very complex. after the 5 day time period of the official forecast, some of the more reliable models suggest the ridge builds back to the north which would drive Karen almost due west. So those in the Bahamas, Cuba, and Florida should monitor this over the coming week. If it does affect Cuba or Florida it would likely be around October 1st (give of take a few days). Plenty of time to watch to see if this hard left idea materializes or not and how strong Karen is at this time.

Tropical Storm Jerry is still a few days out, no watches are up for Bermuda at this time.

Outside of the two systems there in an area just off Africa that has a 90% chance for development.

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Back Half of the Season Kicking off With Multiple Systems

Posted: 08:00 PM 16 September 2019 | | Add Comment



Conditions for development across the Atlantic are entering a new phase, with several systems worth watching, not the least of which is powerful Hurricane Humberto, now expected to become a Major within the next 36 hours and potentially directly impact Bermuda.

Much closer to the CONUS, an area of disturbed weather in the western Gulf of Mexico has strong model support to produce a deluge in eastern Texas whether or not it ever gets a name. This system is potentially a particularly dangerous situation unfolding, and just because it does not already have a name (and may never get one) is no reason not to prepare for something akin to a very slow moving Tropical Storm, with training bands of showers and thunderstorms setting up over some of the same areas - exact locations which as of yet are still unknown, but could even include parts of the very flood-prone Houston metro.

In the eastern Caribbean we are still keeping an eye out on Invest 96L, which is being held in check from high shear. However, behind 96L we are laser focused on 97L, with now 90% NHC odds of development, and a track that at this point is just too close to call for the Antilles.

As always, feel free to follow along with us in the Forecast Lounge, where we dive into a good deal of model talk.
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Tropics After Dorian

Posted: 06:52 AM 10 September 2019 | 4 Comments | Add Comment | Newest: 11:01 PM 11-Sep EDT

11PM EDT 13 September 2019 Update
The system has been upgraded to Tropical Storm Humberto, and with it a clearer picture of where the center is and where it may go, and it's good news for Florida and the US, but does bring Bermuda into the question later on. Tropical Storm watches have been dropped for Florida, only warnings remain for the Bahamas, but it appears the storm will stay east of the islands, so only the weaker fringe effects will be felt there, but enough to keep tropical storm warnings up there.

This does mean Bermuda is potentially in the path down the road, so folks there should pay attention to the progress of the storm as it likely will be a hurricane by the time it nears there later in the week.

11PM EDT 12 September 2019 Update
Tropical Storm watches are now up from Jupiter north the the Volusia/Brevard county line (Between Cape Canaveral and New Smyrna Beach) for a storm that has not yet developed, referred to as Potential Tropical Cyclone 9. If it gets named (which is forecast by Saturday), it would be called Humberto. The forecast has landfall around Saturday night along the east central Florida coastline. Expect heavy rain and some winds, along with short lived tornadoes if the system track remains as forecast. There is a possibility that the storm could slow down and rain for a while in parts of Florida or Georgia.

Based on the official forecast, Shear should keep any development in check for 36 hours, but there likely will be enough time for it to develop into a moderate level tropical storm before landfall.

Since this storm has not fully developed things may change, so keep watch on it *very* closely tomorrow.

8:00AM 12 September 2019 Update
The area near the southern Bahamas, tracked as Invest 95L, is slowly becoming more organized and now has an 80% chance to develop or the next 5 days (70% in the next 48 hours). It'll bring rainfall and winds to the Bahamas, including the areas affected by Dorian. Therefore it is likely that Potential Tropical Cyclone advisories may be issued later in the day so that tropical storm watches/warnings may be issued for parts of the Bahamas or Florida. Direct impacts to Florida are not guaranteed, as the models are varied on what happens with this area (And don't do well with forming storms). So it will have to be monitored. Areas getting some wind and rain is very likely, although there is very little to suggest that it would strengthen rapidly -- watch it closely over the next day or so to see.

Another area off Africa has a 40% chance to develop over the next 5 days, it gets more likely a little beyond that. But plenty of time to watch that one.

9:30AM 11 September 2019 Update
There is a wide area over the Southeast Bahamas now that has a 60% chance to develop over the next 5 days, and only 20% before then. Those in the Gulf should watch it closely. Those in the Bahamas and south Florida can expect some squally weather later this week, but the shear is strong enough to likely keep anything from intensifying quickly, at least before Florida. Back side rain bands will likely expand into Central Florida also as it moves into the Gulf in the weekend.

Once in the Gulf there is a better chance for it to form into a tropical storm or depression, but right now anything stronger seems unlikely--caveat it is September so it could change-- So the northern Gulf coast from about the Florida Panhandle west toward Louisiana should be monitoring this for late this weekend or early next week.

Two other areas have a low chance to develop, 10% near the lesser Antilles, and 20% further east. The later likely will have to be watched beyond the 5 day timeframe more closely.

Original Update

Hurricane Dorian has moved away and become extra-tropical after leaving its wake in the northwest Bahamas which were devastated. Beyond that flooding and damage to the Outer Banks, and Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. And causing quite a bit of a stir in other areas of the southeast US and Florida.

Beyond that we have several areas to watch, Tropical Storm Gabrielle, which likely will become extra-tropical and eventually impact the north parts of Ireland or Scotland, and a few areas in the open Atlantic. Only one of which is an invest currently.

The closest area to the US is north of Haiti this morning and has a low chance of 20% to develop, it's currently in an area of high shear which is keeping development low, but that could change as it moves over Florida into the Gulf of the Mexico later this week. Florida and the Gulf coasts should keep an eye on it to see if anything changes.

94L east of the Caribbean is in a marginal spot for development, with about 30% chance over the next 5 days/48 hours. This probably won't develop, but could.

Off Africa is the most interesting of the waves on the various models, but likely won't develop until much further west, but currently has a 20% chance to develop over the next 5 days. Development seems more likely after 5 days.


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