Tropical Outlook

By: hurrtracker1994, 9:31 PM GMT on August 13, 2012

Good Afternoon Everyone! Acronym Key: SAL: Saharan Air LayerLLC: Low Level CirculationEPAC: Eastern Pacific OceanEATL: Eastern Atlantic OceanMCP: Minimum Central PressureCDO: Central Dense OvercastGOM: Gulf of MexicoNHC: National Hurricane CenterUKMET: United Kingdom Met Office ModelNOGAPS: Navy Operational Global Prediction System CMC: Environment Canada Global Environmental Multiscale Model ECMWF: The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecast’s Global Mo...

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Tropical Outlook: TD8-E

By: hurrtracker1994, 8:36 PM GMT on August 11, 2012

Acronym Key: SAL: Saharan Air LayerLLC: Low Level CirculationEPAC: Eastern Pacific OceanEATL: Eastern Atlantic OceanMCP: Minimum Central PressureCDO: Central Dense OvercastGOM: Gulf of MexicoNHC: National Hurricane CenterUKMET: United Kingdom Met Office ModelNOGAPS: Navy Operational Global Prediction System CMC: Environment Canada Global Environmental Multiscale Model ECMWF: The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecast’s Global ModelGFS: Global Forecastin...

Hurricane

Tropical Outlook: TD07/93L

By: hurrtracker1994, 9:33 PM GMT on August 10, 2012

Acronym Key: SAL: Saharan Air LayerLLC: Low Level CirculationEPAC: Eastern Pacific OceanEATL: Eastern Atlantic OceanMCP: Minimum Central PressureCDO: Central Dense OvercastGOM: Gulf of MexicoNHC: National Hurricane CenterUKMET: United Kingdom Met Office ModelNOGAPS: Navy Operational Global Prediction System CMC: Environment Canada Global Environmental Multiscale Model ECMWF: The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecast’s Global ModelGFS: Global Forecastin...

Hurricane

Atlantic Tropical Outlook: TD07

By: hurrtracker1994, 8:56 PM GMT on August 09, 2012

Good afternoon everyone! Ernesto: Ernesto tracked along the coast of Mexico and is now headed inland. Some models including CMC and the GFS show the remnants of Ernesto developing once again in the EPAC (Eastern Pacific Ocean). If this idea comes to fruition, “Ernesto” would not be a threat to land for the time being and would most likely go out to sea. 850 mb vorticity showing a well defined LLC over TD07. Wind shear is currently forecasted to be light to moder...

Updated: 9:02 PM GMT on August 09, 2012

Ernesto/92L/Tropical Outlook

By: hurrtracker1994, 9:55 PM GMT on August 08, 2012

Good evening everyone! Ernesto: Hurricane Ernesto made landfall last night just north of Chetumal. A storm chaser in that area recorded a minimal central pressure of 975mb and there was a possibility that the storm was slightly stronger than the advisories put out by the NHC. Nevertheless, the storm is now emerging into the BOC, but due to a shift southward it will only be over water for a short period of time; not allowing for much strengthening. Because of this th...

Updated: 10:00 PM GMT on August 08, 2012

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