Tropical Atlantic Outlook This Evening

By: HurricaneFCast, 11:17 PM GMT on June 13, 2007

Honestly I do not feel like re-typing everything so here's the link to the Original Outlook, It is posted on my forums. Feel Free to take a look. Link

Updated: 4:46 AM GMT on June 14, 2007

Tropics This Morning.. 2am Eastern.

By: HurricaneFCast, 6:06 AM GMT on June 07, 2007

I have posted a complete update with 7 new images on the Gulf Of Mexico on my forums.. Here's the Link(I would post it here, but it's 2am and I really don't feel like copying and pasting what i typed, as well as re-entering all the images, that would take too long, I apologize.)

Gonu Making Landfall...

By: HurricaneFCast, 5:32 AM GMT on June 06, 2007

Gonu has considerably weakened from the monstrous Cat 5 that he was, and Residents of Oman and Iraq will only see minor Category 1 winds from the System. Flooding is still a major concern as there are dry waterbeds everywhere. Residents so far (from what i've gathered on the blog) have reported minor damage, no structural damage, but they have stated that there is flooding. Fortunately for everyone, Gonu weakened due to SST's that are considerably colder near the co...

Updated: 5:35 AM GMT on June 06, 2007

Tropics This Evening..

By: HurricaneFCast, 12:14 AM GMT on June 06, 2007

It is still looking rather quiet this evening. There is a new Tropical Wave making its way off the African coast. I would expect this one to hold together a little better than the one ahead of it, simply because there is far less wind shear now. I don't believe it will make it to the Antilles, however, and it is still further south than an Ideal Tropical Wave to suggest any type of Tropical Cyclogenesis potential. All we can do is watch and wait. Here is a Satellite...

Tropical Wave June 3rd, 2007

By: HurricaneFCast, 9:37 PM GMT on June 03, 2007

A new tropical wave has emerged from Africa today, and while this isn't the normal time for tropical systems to form out of waves moving off the african coast, It still deserves some attention. The wave is unusually large for a June Tropical Wave, and it is further south than we would normally see an ideal Wave. The SST's in that area are sufficient for minor tropical development and the wind shear is currently favorable in the area. However, due to the Coriolis Eff...

Updated: 9:38 PM GMT on June 03, 2007

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