Fri Jan 01 2021 12:33 AM
2021 Season Starts June 1st

2:30AM CT Update 21 May 2021
Six of the last nine years have seen preseason named cyclones (tropical and/or subtropical) form in the Atlantic basin, and 2021 may be no exception. As of Friday May 21, we are now closely monitoring two features increasingly looking to develop into numbered cyclones, with one (Invest 91L) likely approaching the Texas coast later today, and the other (90L) already prompting the Bermuda Weather Service to issue a Tropical Storm Watch

Tropical Storm Watch
Updated: 11:30 pm Thursday, May 20, 2021
A potential tropical or subtropical disturbance is developing approximately 600 nm east-northeast of Bermuda, but has not formed yet. A Tropical Storm Watch remains in effect to cover the potential for sustained winds reaching 35 knots and seas exceeding 12 feet offshore on Friday. For more detail, please review the Marine Forecast. Once formal advisories begin, BWS will start issuing Tropical Update Bulletins with more details about track and intensity.

Invest 91L does not appear to have enough time over water given moderate shear to develop into a hurricane, but a mid-range Tropical Storm might not be out of the question. Regardless of development, blustery showers and thunderstorms starting later today and heading into the weekend could result in more flooding for parts of Texas and Louisiana.

Original Post
After the record number of named systems in 2020, This next year will likely also be active, but probably not as much as 2020.

We'll be partnering more with Mark Sudduth and Hurricanetrack.com over the new year, but all the old data and image recordings will remain here. The Atlantic hurricane Season starts on June 1st, and we'll be watching both here, and our twitter and facebook feeds.

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