Monthly Archives: June 2016
The extended 500 mb height anomalies forecast (via weatherbell.com) suggest strong blocking likely over the northeastern part of North America during the peak of the 2016 hurricane season. This blocking was prevalent during 2005 when we set a record for … Continue reading
A slow low pressure system off the US East Coast is producing gale force winds to 45 knots with seas to 20 feet between the US East Coast and Bermuda.
A developing low forecast off of Cape Hatteras will produce strong to gale force winds within 300-420 NM north and northeast of the center over the next 24-48 hours.
Tropical Storm Colin over the eastern Gulf of Mexico and was moving towards the NNE at 12 knots with max winds of 45 knots (about 50 mph). Gale force or higher winds extend outward 160NM east of the center. Colin … Continue reading
A large area of showers and thunderstorms over the western Caribbean Sea has been moving W-NW. An area of low pressure is forecast to develop near or over the Yucatan Channel and there is a 60% risk that a … Continue reading