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By: Steve Gregory, 8:25 PM GMT on September 27, 2016
TUESDAY: 27-SEP-16 / 3:30 PM CDT
Next Update scheduled for FRIDAY SEP 30TH
TROPICAL DISTURBANCE 97L ON VERGE OF BECOMING DEPRESSION – POTENTIAL US EAST COAST THREAT
INVEST 97L now ~ 300NM east of Barbados continues moving W/W-NW with an improving structure based on SAT imagery and a RECON now investigating the system. All indications are that the system is likely to be upgraded to a Tropical Depression by tonight or tomorrow – an...
Updated: 1:48 PM GMT on September 28, 2016
By: Steve Gregory, 7:36 PM GMT on September 19, 2016
MONDAY: 19-SEP-16 / 2:30 PM CDT
Next Update scheduled for TUESDAY SEP 27TH
UNSEASONABLY MILD WX TO DOMINATE EAST/SOUTH
The high level westerlies (and jet streams) continue to accelerate across the Northern Hemisphere (NH) all while the sub=tropical ridge remains in place across the southern most states as upper level TROFs move into the PAC NW from the NORPAC. As the short waves move east of the Rockies, they will amplify some ...
By: Steve Gregory, 6:25 PM GMT on September 12, 2016
MONDAY: 12-SEP-16 / 1:25 PM CDT
Next Update on MONDAY SEP 19TH
UNSEASONABLE WARMTH TO CONTINUE ACROSS THE EAST – FOR NOW
While high level winds are increasing and short wave TROFs moving onshore in the west are getting stronger, the sub-tropical high across the SE US continues to maintain a relatively warm pattern east of the Rockies. At the same time, the TROFs moving onshore out west will help maintain Temps near or slightl...
By: Steve Gregory, 6:35 PM GMT on September 07, 2016
WEDNESDAY: 7-SEP-16 / 1:40 PM CDT
Next Update on MONDAY SEP 12TH
UNSEASONABLE WARMTH SPREADS EAST WHILE NEWTON REMNANTS THREATEN TORRENTIAL RAINS
High pressure over the east is bringing hot Temps from the central US/Midwest to east as a TROF in the northern Plains and associated cold front pushes eastward – with locally severe T-Storms expected in portions of the Midwest that will spread eastward during the next couple days followe...
Updated: 8:36 PM GMT on September 07, 2016
By: Steve Gregory, 5:55 PM GMT on September 04, 2016
SUNDAY: 4-SEP-16 / 12:50 PM CDT
Next Update on WEDNESDAY SEP 7TH
HERMINE TO HANG AROUND FOR SEVERAL DAYS
HERMINE has transitioned to an extratropical cyclone, located well off the DelMarva Peninsula with top sustained winds near 60Kts reported by RECON - and is now moving slowly NE at 8Kts. As an upper level TROF and eventually closed off upper Low forms over the system during the next 24 hrs, most models show HERMINE transiti...