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  1. It has been a somewhat slow Western Pacific Typhoon Season so far this year. The season started late in July, only four or five (depending on your choice in agency) typhoons have been observed so far, and ACE still remains a fair bit below 100*10^4 kt^2. Things may be changing though, especially with La Nina struggling to develop. At the time of this original post, Tropical Storm Meranti has just developed, and it may go on to be a very powerful typhoon. WV loop above will continue to update and stay current.
  2. Texas Weather Center https://www.weathercentertx.com/us-hurricane-center/ Here are several useful links for tracking hurricanes so you can stay up to date with hurricane data! https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ http://www.trackthetropics.com/ https://www.nesdis.noaa.gov/hurricane-imagery
  3. I have had a bunch of requests to make available historical global ocean temperatures so you can compare various El Nino, La Nina events and much more to any year of your choice. Now you can access everything you need for FREE here CLIMATE PREDICT including all hurricane tracks, snow cover maps and much more back to 1958
  4. Hi there, I have been a meteorologist and commodity analyst for 35 years. I am really excited about offering meteorologists FREE access to my software and how you use teleconnections to forecast better. There is a site on the internet at NOAA that allows forecasters to do analog studies, etc. but here is a great product that allows you to receive 1) Historical snowfall and hurricane maps going back 70 years; 2) Looking at the relationship of any of 28 global teleconnections (From the MJO to the AO/NAO index and many more) to predict rainfall, temps, etc. months in advance. You can check this out and get all sorts of historical data at CLIMATE PREDICT Whether your want to know how the Indian Dipole might change and affect crops in Southeast Asia, or which analogs will best help you forecast summer weather for natural gas regions, severe weather or hurricanes, check it out. I would be happy to answer any questions you may have about teleconnections. Regards, Jim Roemer www.bestweatherinc.com
  5. Saw some folks asking for a single thread for Florence. Figured I’d go ahead and make it since I had time on my lunch break. Thanks to all who have been posting in the winter thread, it’s been a great disco the last few days.
  6. Post your tropical experiences here. I will post lots of hurricane videos. I am watching em day and night, LOL. I've discovered many hurricane chasing vids but by far, Josh Morgerman is THE UNDISPUTED BEST, EVER! http://www.icyclone.com/chases/odile-2014.html This is a must-see.
  7. Models are not crazy about the tropics right now but we have two areas of interest growing in the Tropical Atlantic as I write this blog. First area of concern is close to home, in what we call a homegrown threat, an area of thunderstorms grew into an area of low pressure earlier this afternoon and is growing with thunderstorm activity. It developed from a leftover frontal boundary currently racing off to the Northeast over the western Atlantic Ocean. TS Emily grew from the same front yesterday and is now quickly diminishing in a midst of a shear and dry air. Just as I thought from yesterday this area needed to be monitored as the area of frontal shear caused by a front in the GOM appears to be lessening now and is near 10-20 knots instead of 30-40 knots yesterday. This shear should continue to drop according to the 18z GFS run yesterday afternoon. This small area of low pressure is already well defined on satellite imagery this evening and appears to be gaining convection. Depending upon if the convection is consistent and persistent will determine the tropical outlook on this system. Next system of interest is a tropical wave currently in the MDR battling dry air to the north of it and the ITCZ influence to the south of it. Shear is light to moderate, not enough to stop development, should become an invest tomorrow morning. Stay tuned this system could become a threat to the lesser Antilles islands in the mid term.
  8. Meteorological summer is upon us and already looking at a hot weekend coming up as well as the third tropical storm of the year!
  9. Posted this in the general thread as well... but given this maybe the most eventful weather we've seen since the blizzard I thought it deserved a dedicated thread. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The latest runs want us in the game... and they seem to have some consensus.
  10. Within the next ten to fourteen days the models are pointing towards two tropical cyclones potentially impacting the East Coast of the US. Models differ on development at this time, but there is enough support from the CMC and EURO and GFS to suggest that development is possible southeast of the current 91L disturbance track sometime around Wednesday or Thursday of next week. Stay tuned!
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