Tropical Weather Update 10 AM 5/23/2018

The National Hurricane Center currently has a 60 percent chance that the low will become a subtropical or tropical cyclone over the central or eastern Gulf over the next 5 days. In general, for the Mississippi and Alabama Gulf Coast, we can expect scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms to continue, especially during the afternoon […]

Continue Reading

Special Tropical Weather Outlook 05/21/2018

Special Tropical Weather Outlook NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL 830 AM EDT Mon May 21, 2018, For the North Atlantic…The Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico: Widespread cloudiness and showers extending from the northwestern Caribbean Sea across Cuba and the Florida peninsula are associated with the interaction of a large upper-level low with […]

Continue Reading

La Niña is Gone; Severe Weather in Late-Spring Mode

Above: Near-neutral conditions across the tropical Pacific were evident in this depiction of seasonally adjusted sea-surface heights for April 24, 2018, as measured by a radar-based altimeter aboard NASA’s Jason-3 satellite. During El Niño, the warmer upper-ocean conditions across the eastern equatorial Pacific lead to higher sea-surface heights and a characteristic large belt of bright red. […]

Continue Reading

Get Your FREE Mobile Weather Alerts APP TODAY!!!

  Get a powerful yet easy-to-use weather station right on your device with Weather Radar & Alerts. Real-time animated weather radar images on a highly interactive map enhanced with severe weather warnings provide accurate weather forecast and don’t let bad weather take you by surprise. The app reflects the real-time weather conditions and provides you […]

Continue Reading