With hurricane Irma battering Florida and Cuba at this time there is more than one game in town and more to watch as the peak of Hurricane season is upon us. Looking at the Euro model, I see this forecast simulation stall Jose and does a loop as seen in the forecast tracks below Below… Continue reading Tropics are very active
Hurricane Irma is trucking its way towards Florida. Category 4 strength is expected for Florida. This will move through the state with wind, flooding, rain, and tornadoes as well as storm surge.
In the featured image we see three tropical cyclones along with a low pressure over north eastern US and a cold front off the eastern US over the ocean. Follows closely to the Model track plots in the latest forecast tracks by the models Also matching the Weather Prediction Center’s forecast in the images below… Continue reading Stormsquad’s forecast track for Hurricane Irma
Weekly outlook for 8/20 to 8/27… eclipse week! We hope everyone gets to enjoy the rare total eclipse of 2017, as the moon’s shadow moves across the US. Tag #stormsquad to share your images with us! As for the rest of the week, temperatures will linger over the eastern half of the US through mid… Continue reading Weekly Outlook (8/20-8/27)
Another week of stalled fronts along the southern US and cooler weather continues for some, heats up for others later in the week and beyond. Featured image above shows high mid level moisture and storms across the deep south (noted by brighter white blobs). The image below shows today’s stalled front in the deep south.… Continue reading Weekly Outlook (August 13th-20th)
The image above is rain fall over the last 7 days. As you can see places in east Tennessee and parts of coastal Carolina got in on the heavy rain (as hinted at in the latest Latest weekly outlook ) Saturday’s surface map above showing an incoming cold font across the eastern US. This will likely… Continue reading Weekend outlook August 12th – 13th
Today’s featured image comes from Space Science and Engineering Center website from the US latest weather satellite GOES-16 which was launched into space last November (2016). It is currently non operational (meaning it’s not being used in forecast operations just yet but going through a testing phase) and it’s available to the public through a few websites. Back… Continue reading Rain returning to the South East and Southern Plains into the weekend