Tropical Storm Chantal Analysis | 11:30p.m EDT

By: MiamiHurricanes09, 3:24 AM GMT on July 09, 2013

Tropical Storm Chantal
Tropical Storm Chantal is currently located approximately 235 miles ESE of Barbados and is tracking towards the WNW (285˚) at 23kts. The current intensity of 45kts (52mph) along with a minimum central pressure of 1010mb (29.82in.) was assessed by a Reconnaissance aircraft a few hours ago. Latest infrared satellite imagery reveals a relatively disorganized cyclone with dull banding features located along the southwestern and western octan...

Tropical Update: Tropical Storm Isaac (2:30p.m EDT)

By: MiamiHurricanes09, 6:33 PM GMT on August 25, 2012

Tropical Storm IsaacA Reconnaissance aircraft is current en route to investigate Tropical Storm Isaac this early afternoon, and it appears that as if it has just begun to descend as I write this paragraph. Nevertheless, I'll just get into the analysis. Satellite imagery from this morning suggested that Isaac made landfall over the extreme southeastern Cuban coast and spent an approximation of about 90 minutes inland before emerging back into the southwestern Atlanti...

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Special Update: Tropical Storm Isaac (6:15p.m EDT)

By: MiamiHurricanes09, 10:17 PM GMT on August 24, 2012

I'm all about brief updates, so that's exactly what I'll be doing over the next few days just for Tropical Storm Isaac.Tropical Storm IsaacData from a Reconnaissance aircraft currently investigating Tropical Storm Isaac is constituting towards an intensifying vertically stacked tropical cyclone, with the genesis of an eyewall currently occurring. Surface winds appear to be in the 55kt-60kt range with higher gusts, and an intensification trend should continue until I...


By: MiamiHurricanes09, 1:36 AM GMT on August 21, 2012


Tropical Update: September 8th; 5:55p.m EDT

By: MiamiHurricanes09, 9:47 PM GMT on September 08, 2011

Tropical Storm NateA reconnaissance aircraft investing Tropical Storm Nate this afternoon found that maximum sustained winds have risen to 70mph and that the pressure within the circulation continues to steadily decrease...down to 995mb as of the latest vortex data message. The appearance of the cyclone on satellite imagery still remains poor however, with a large mass of dry and stable air located to the northwest of the cyclone causing for weak convective activity...

Updated: 9:51 PM GMT on September 08, 2011

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