Monthly Archives: March 2017

Large Hurricane Force Storm over North Atlantic

A Hurricane force North Atlantic low is producing winds of 50-65 knots and seas to 43 feet between 90NM and 360NM southwest of the center.  Likely will cause delays to westbound traffic bound for the US East Coast.

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East Coast Storm Update

A rapidly deepening storm low will move N-NE along the US East Coast from late Monday through early Wednesday. Within 36-48 hours winds will increase to 50-65 knots between 35N and 40N latitude from 62W-66W longitude with seas building to … Continue reading

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Rapidly developing hurricane force storm over western North Atlantic

The low pressure disturbance that moved off the Middle Atlantic Coast Friday is deepening rapidly and forecast within 24 hours to deepen to 948 mb hurricane force storm low ¬†producing winds of 50-70 knots within 240 NM south and east … Continue reading

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TC Enawo heads towards Madagascar

Tropical Cyclone Enawo was centered over the South Indian Ocean about 402NM north of Port Louis, Mauritius and was moving WSW slowly.¬† SST are warm (29-30C)so intensification is likely as it begins to move toward Madagascar. Max winds are likely … Continue reading

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