NOAA OPC Surface Forecast 12Z 25 Feb 2017
A rapidly deepening low over the central North Atlantic will move northeast then turn northwest. Expecting by 1200UTC 25 Feb 2017 938 MB hurricane force storm with winds 50-70knots and seas to 14 meters (about 46 feet)within 60NM north of the center and between 240-480 NM south of the center (along the south coast of Greenland).
NOAA OPC Significant Wave Height Forecast 12Z 25 Feb 2017
Meteosat Satellite Photo TC Dineo
Tropical Cyclone Dineo at 1500UTC 14 Feb was centered about 78 NM west of Europa Island in the Mozambique Channel and was moving soutwestward slowly with max winds of about 55 knots. Conditions are favorable for development and Dineo is forecast to reach hurricane strength shortly and turn more towards the west making landfall over southern Mozambique around 1800UTC on the 15th with max winds of 70-80 knots.
JTWC Forecast Track
NOAA OPC Surface Analysis 0000Z 14 Feb 2017
968MB Storm low south of Nova Scotia continues to move towards the east-northeast at about 20 knots. Winds of 50-65 knots are occurring within 360NM north and northeast of center with seas to 35 feet. Elsewhere winds were 40-50 knots with seas to 25 feet within 480-540NM.
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NOAA Satellite Image
NOAA OPC Forecast Surface Map 1200 UTC Sunday Feb 12th
A rapidly deepening low is forecast to move off the southern coast of New England late Sunday night and Monday (Feb 12th-13th) producing storm force winds west and south of the center of 50-65 knots from late Monday through Tuesday as it moves eastward out over the western North Atlantic. The strong winds will also build significant wave heights to 40 feet / 12 meters.
NOAA Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly 09 Feb 2017
The storm from yesterday (Feb 9th) as well as this one and perhaps several more this season are being enhanced by the warmer than normal SST off the US Coast north of Cape Hatteras. Often, when this occurs, you can get rapidly developing storms during the latter part of the winter (Feb-Mar) that can produce very high winds and sometimes heavy snowfalls over parts of the Northeast.
NOAA OPC Surface Forecast 1200 UTC 09 Feb 2017
A rapidly deepening storm low moving off the Middle Atlantic Coast early Thursday will cause storm to hurricane force winds from 60 to 120 NM west of the center and 120 NM southeast of a line from within 24 hours 39N67W TO 36N70W.
NOAA OPC Surface Analysis
As of 0600 UTC 06 February, an intense hurricane force 932MB low was moving northward over the eastern North Atlantic is producing storm force winds outward 350-450 NM of the center and hurricane force winds (up to 80 knots) between 90-170 NM south and southeast of the center. Wave heights in the area are estimated to be up to 15 meters (almost 50 feet).
NOAA OPC1200 UTC 06 Feb. 2017 Wave Height Analysis
ASCAT (METOP-B) Satellite Winds showing winds to 80 knots.
NOAA OPC Surface Analysis
A developing 1017 mb off the US East Coast will move northeast and deepen rapidly over the next 48-72 hours with winds reaching storm to hurricane force within the next 36-48 hours then deepening to 936 mb in 72 Hours! Again we will likely see westbound shipping delays for vessels westbound to the US East Coast.
NOAA Surface Forecast Map
1200 UTC NOAA OPC Surface Analysis Feb 01 2017
An intense storm low over the eastern North Atlantic with storm to hurricane force winds and seas to 14 meters (46 feet) will turn northeast then northward passing just west of Ireland. A rapidly deepening low will develop over the central North Atlantic in 24-36 hours deepening and moving ENE to near Brest in northwest France within 72 hours. This will bring storm to hurricane force winds and seas into the Bay of Biscay and the English Channel approaches.
Meteosat photo 01 Feb 2017
1200 UTC NOAA OPC Wave Analysis Feb 01 217
000UTC NOAA OPC Surface Forecast 03 Feb 2017
NOAA OPC Surface Forecast for 1200UTC Tuesday 31 Jan. 2017
The low pressure center that moved off the US East Coast will deepen rapidly producing Storm to hurricane force winds (50-75 knots) with seas building 24-52 feet (about 7-16 meters) south of the center during the next 48 hours. This will adversely affect westbound ship traffic approaching the US East Coast.
NOAA OPC 48 hour sea height forecast for 1200UTC 01 Feb 2017
This storm will spread hurricane force winds and high seas eastward into the eastern North Atlantic waters by the 2nd affecting shipping traffic westbound out of the English Channel.
North Atlantic surface forecast 0000UTC 02 Feb. 2017
Strong Arctic high pressure building over Siberia eastward will suppress stormtracks far to the south across the western North Pacific during the next several days. This will likely result in delays to west-bound traffic from the Panama Canal to Far East ports.
NOAA OPC 48 hour surface forecast
NOAA OPC 96 hour surface forecast