Dylan's the name and I am from New Orleans.I'm 15 Year's old and have a passion in Meteorology. I will try to update my blog daily.
By: SevereHurricane, 2:18 AM GMT on July 05, 2010
Good evening everyone, 95L remains south of our coast this evening and remains weak. I don't see this causing any problems other than increasing our rain chances. 96L on the other hand is a bigger threat. Visible and Infrared satellite imagery clearly shows that the tropical disturbance is getting better organized. Water Vapor imagery shows a very low shear environment over 96L with clock-wise turning which indicates the presence of an upper level anti-cyclone. It s...
By: SevereHurricane, 11:46 PM GMT on July 03, 2010
Satellite imagery along with MIMIC TPW, and CIMSS vorticity products indicate that a long anticipated tropical disturbance has begun to develop in the Southwestern Caribbean Sea with broad cyclonic turning noted south of Jamaica or at approximately 16N 78.5W. This disturbance, soon to be declared 96L, is embedded in an envelop of deep moisture. In addition, the disturbance is in a very low shear environment thanks to a broad upper-level anti-cyclonic circulation alo...
By: SevereHurricane, 8:48 PM GMT on April 11, 2010
Dry weather looks to continue through the week as ridging continues to dominate the area. Highs this week will range from the upper 70's to Low 80's and Lows will be in the upper 50's north and the southern area's of Southeast Louisiana will stay in the 60's at night. Also expect breezy conditions for the majority of the week, this should make it feel relatively nice outside. Our next shot of rain does not look to be anytime soon, possibly not until next Monday or T...
By: SevereHurricane, 12:55 AM GMT on March 24, 2010
A few changes have occurred weather-wise in our area since last night, although they are not that noticeable. High Pressure that was over our area yesterday has moved east of our area and this has caused our winds become more southerly and to increase. This will consequentially keep our temperatures in check tonight, in other words, it will feel much more comfortable tonight compared to last night especially if you wear a light sweater or something long sleeved. The...
By: SevereHurricane, 12:28 AM GMT on March 23, 2010
Nothing much to talk about weather-wise for tonight. The big story will be the chilly temperatures. If you plan on going out this evening you will need your sweaters because temperatures will quickly fall into the 50's by 8pm and eventually dropping into the 40's later on. High Pressure will settle in for tonight and this will keep our winds rather light and our skies mostly clear with the exception of a few high clouds. High Pressure and mostly clear skies will all...
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