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Sub-tropical development continues to be possible this coming weekend or early next week in the bahamas & off the southeast coast of the united states …

Sub-tropical development continues to be possible this coming weekend or early next week in the bahamas & off the southeast coast of the united states … We are watching the tropics for a outside chance for either sub-tropical or tropical development in the bahamas or off the southeast coast of the united states this coming …

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Latest NOAA/NESDIS SST anomaly map showing a very warm tropical Atlantic

Consensus growing for active hurricane season

We are now less than two weeks away from the start of the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season and already it looks to be a busy one. Before we jump to the “sky is falling” conclusion, let’s look at things objectively and put it in to some perspective that most can understand. What we know is …

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Meet some real Hurricane Hunters May 18th in New Orleans

You can tour two hurricane reconnaissance planes, meet some of their crew members and learn about storm preparedness during a program May 18 at Lakefront Airport in New Orleans.   Part of the National Weather Service’s Hurricane Awareness Tour, the program is scheduled for 2:30-5 p.m. at the airport, 6001 Stars and Stripes Blvd., New …

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How Common are Atlantic Tropical Systems in May?

A tropical system has formed near the Southeast coast of the United States, which is several weeks ahead of the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season. The Atlantic hurricane season officially runs from June 1 through Nov. 30. Tropical systems during or prior to May and beyond November are uncommon, but they do occur. …

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El Niño on its way out – to be replaced by….?

The strong El Niño that we heard so much about over the past several months is beginning to weaken (has been for a few weeks) and will soon be just a faded memory. Current data and computer model forecasts overwhelmingly favor the continued demise of the current El Niño which was one of the strongest …

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Hurricane season is coming – will you be ready?

By Mark Sudduth The east Pacific hurricane season gets underway in less than two weeks. Then, it’s the Atlantic’s turn as the season begins on June 1. Already, there have been several forecasts for the upcoming season (for the Atlantic Basin) that suggest things will be busier than we have seen in the past three …

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