Will be tracking over the warmest water in the Atlantic east of Cancun.
This is where Cat 5 hurricanes spin up.
Just entering the Caribbean now.
Don’t expect to see much development until he gets near Jamaica.
Extremely hot water.
Synthia virus has been incubating for 2 years in it and maybe now is when it will be released.
See page 18
Invest 90L coming off Africa – looking pretty good.
Tropical Storm Ernesto lashed the Windward [...]
61% OF UNITED STATES IN DROUGHT CONDITIONS: RELIEF NOT ANTICIPATED
Dryness and drought, exacerbated by above-normal temperatures, have been increasing both in extent and intensity across much of the central and northern U.S. Based upon the July 10 U.S. Drought Monitor, nearly 61 percent of the contiguous U.S. was in drought (D1-D4), the highest such value for the U.S. Drought Monitor since its inception in 2000.
The drought and heat arrived at [...]
Severe thunderstorms are once again knocking down trees and power lines in parts of the Northeast.
Saturday’s first severe thunderstorms developed shortly after 11 a.m. in upstate New York, west of Binghamton. Trees and power lines were brought down by thunderstorm winds in Watkins Glen and Elmira.
Further south, with crews still restoring power knocked out by the June 29 derecho, millions of people are bracing for the potential of additional severe [...]
Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines deja vu as “a feeling that one has seen or heard something before.”
Exhibit A: May 2012 in the western Atlantic Ocean.
Just last weekend we saw our first named storm of the season, Alberto, form near the Southeast coast, taking a strange, c-shaped track, wrapping some light rainbands into parts of the coast from far northeast Florida to the Carolinas.
Now, just in time for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, an [...]