We are watching what will be Nate starting in the Gulf of Mexico. Landfall between Louisiana and the Panhandle of Florida is likely and both show models concentrated over the western Carolinas and Virginia.
A Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for the coast of North
Carolina from Surf City northward to the North Carolina/Virginia
border, including the Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds.
On September 2, 2016 Tropical Storm Hermine made its way across Wilmington, North Carolina (NC). Wind reports in NC for the storm ranged up to 80 mph, and total rainfall in NC ranged up to 13.34 inches (reported by the National Weather Service). Dan Whittaker and Nic Roberson of StormSquad stayed the night in Wilmington… Continue reading A Look Back at Tropical Storm Hermine
Analysis this morning shows Cindy has made landfall around south east Texas or the south west Louisiana. Clouds extend way beyond the center of the storm, take notice the pink outline. That’s a tornado watch (favorable to the right or east of the center of the cyclone) I imagine this will expand northward with time… Continue reading Cindy has made landfall along the central Gulf Coast. Severe weather and flooding more of a concern now.
In this water vapor image we can see already dry air getting wrapped around the south side of the cyclone, but the system won’t fully die. First latest from the NHC ( National Hurricane Center) Forecast tropical storm force wind probability. Again winds with this will weaken as it heads inland but winds just above… Continue reading Latest on Cindy in the Gulf and a quick look at the forecast of what’s left once it moves inland.
Visible imagery this afternoon shows expansive cloud cover over much of the South East. Heavy rain continues along the central Gulf coast states with the risk of tornadoes as well (noted by the pink outline) (green = Flood warning) Latest forecast tracks from the National Hurricane Center are consistent with the track. With its slow movement… Continue reading Update on Tropical Storm Cindy. Also Flooding continues in areas affected.
Analysis of a few overlapped features here. First notice the two upper level ridges (over the South West US) and another over the western Atlantic, also note in white the dip in the jet stream ( the weakness I talked about in earlier post) A cold front has stalled in the south east (noted by… Continue reading We have Tropical Storm Cindy in the Gulf!