Monthly Archives: January 2016
A large intense 948mb storm low over the northeastern North Atlantic is moving eastward with storm to hurricane force winds over the waters west of Ireland and Scotland. Updated forecasts show significant wave heights of 12-18 meters (40-60 feet) … Continue reading
Hurricane force storm low over the western North Atlantic (956MB)was producing winds of 50-65 knots with seas to 12 meters (about 38 feet) within 120NM south and southwest of the center at 00UTC 30 January 2016.
Tropical Cyclone Stan at 00UTC 30 January was located about 120 NM north of Port Hedland, Australia and was moving south-southeast at about 4 knots with max winds of 60 knots. Forecast suggest that Stan will reach 70 knots wind … Continue reading
A rapidly deepening low over the northeastern North Atlantic is moving northeast at about 45 knots and is forecast to deepen to 950 mb over the Norwegian Sea during the next 24 hours producing storm to hurricane force winds.
A rapidly deepening storm low over the central North Pacific is moving northeast at 30 knots with winds of 60-80 knots with seas to 17 meters (56 feet)south and southwest of the center.
A deepening storm low over the western North Pacific will move rapidly east-northeast reaching hurricane force over the central North Pacific during the next 12-36 hours with winds forecast 50-70 knots and seas building to 14 meters (over 45 feet) … Continue reading
Snowstorm moves off the US Middle Atlantic coast producing winds 40-55 knots with seas building to 8.5 meters (28 feet) north of the low and front. Snowfalls of up to 2 feet (61cm) or more reported from VA to NY. … Continue reading
A deepening storm low will move off the US Middle Atlantic Coast early Saturday producing significant snowfalls over much of the Middle Atlantic States and southern New England. East and north of the low storm force winds are likely from … Continue reading
Alex deepened overnight and became a hurricane this morning. As of 21UTC today, Alex was packing winds to 75 knots with hurricane force winds extending outward about 20NM east of the center. During the next 12-24 hours Alex should transition … Continue reading
The dangerous storm moving across the central North Pacific peaked today at about 12UTC with a minimum pressure of 940MB with winds of 65-90 knots and seas 11.5-18 meters (38-60 feet) between 120NM and 240NM south and southwest of the … Continue reading