Invest 93E likely to form into a tropical cyclone; Atlantic showing signs of life?

By: AllStar17, 6:22 PM GMT on July 06, 2011

TROPICAL UPDATEInvest 93E getting better organized and likely to become Calvin over the next few daysA rather compact, yet decently organized, area of low pressure about 300 miles SSE of Acapulco (Invest 93E) has been gradually getting better organized over the past couple of days. As of the 2:00 pm National Hurricane Center Tropical Weather Outlook, Invest 93E was given a 70% chance of development over the next 48 hours, and I do expect that Calvin will form from ...

Updated: 6:24 PM GMT on July 06, 2011

Invests 93L and 94L threats to develop; Estelle and Dianmu in the Pacific

By: AllStar17, 6:49 PM GMT on August 09, 2010

TROPICAL UPDATEAs we begin to enter the most active portion of the hurricane season, the tropics are quite active. Today, we are tracking two Atlantic invests with potential, and Tropical Storms Estelle (Eastern) and Dianmu (Western) in the Pacific. Tropical Storm Colin, which we have been watching for the past several days, has dissipated just NW of Bermuda and is not a threat for regeneration.Invest 93L could become a tropical depression at any time over the nex...

Updated: 6:53 PM GMT on August 09, 2010

Conson to weaken; Tropical Depression Six-E forms well offshore of Mexico

By: AllStar17, 1:26 AM GMT on July 15, 2010

TROPICAL UPDATEAtlantic remains relatively quietThe Atlantic remains in its period of quietness after Hurricane Alex and Tropical Depression Two formed in late June and early July. There is a relatively strong tropical wave that has recently emerged off Africa and it needs to be watched as it moves westward. There are no other threat areas in the Atlantic to discuss at this time. However, the NOGAPS model, as well as a few other models, do predict that a strong t...

Updated: 1:28 AM GMT on July 15, 2010

Conson to weaken; Tropical Depression Six-E forms well offshore of Mexico

By: AllStar17, 1:26 AM GMT on July 15, 2010

TROPICAL UPDATEAtlantic remains relatively quietThe Atlantic remains in its period of quietness after Hurricane Alex and Tropical Depression Two formed in late June and early July. There is a relatively strong tropical wave that has recently emerged off Africa and it needs to be watched as it moves westward. There are no other threat areas in the Atlantic to discuss at this time. However, the NOGAPS model, as well as a few other models, do predict that a strong t...

Western Pacific finally gets a cyclone; Eastern Pacific disturbance 96E may develop

By: AllStar17, 6:27 PM GMT on July 12, 2010

TROPICAL UPDATEAtlantic Basin relatively quiet; enjoy it while it lasts!After having 2 systems form (Hurricane Alex and TD 2 - Figure 1), the Atlantic is relatively quiet at this time. As we are now entering the mid part of July, our attention will begin to shift farther east in the tropical Atlantic. We currently have a rather strong tropical wave off the coast of Africa, and another rather potent wave behind that one. Neither wave is an imminent threat to devel...

Updated: 7:17 PM GMT on July 12, 2010

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