TS Bill Aims for Corpus

By: Tropicnerd13, 3:32 AM GMT on June 16, 2015

Well... It has been quite a while since I have written a blog entry here on Wunderground. As I began writing blogs at the age of 12, I learned more than the majority of adults about storm tracking and development; sadly, now that I'm 20, I have forgotten most of that knowledge!

As a resident of Houston, the news of a new invest in the Gulf of Mexico spread like wildfire throughout the engineering sector at the refinery I'm currently interning at. With th...

Explosion of Convection

By: Tropicnerd13, 5:11 AM GMT on July 05, 2010

After a scare with Hurricane Alex hitting Texas, I decided it was time to get back to my nerdy blog. There are four areas that the National Hurricane Center is currently focusing on, with one area having a moderately high chance of development. All of the storms the NHC is concerned with have a chance of affecting the U.S. coast in some way. Invest 96l, located in the Western Caribbean, has sustained notable convection throughout the past few days. The more reliable...

New disturbance labled 98L!

By: Tropicnerd13, 3:28 PM GMT on July 28, 2007

we have a new invest in the atlantic today, and it is located east of the florida keys. The models forecast this to go north-northeast and dont expect it to affect land. some other websites make me think it will go west, though, because there is a high to the west of it and to the north west. I do agree with the models, though, because the main high (bermuda high) is located where it is normally, so i doubt the smaller highs will affect it.The gulf of mexico disturb...

Central Atlantic wave dying!

By: Tropicnerd13, 5:49 PM GMT on July 27, 2007

The Central Atlantic wave I was watching in my last entry has lost much of it's convection. It appears to be dying off, but seems to still have a low associated with it. The GOM disturbance seems to be forced to move inland, thanks to an upper level low centered over central Texas. This low will cause the disturbance to move inland over east Texas and most of Louisianna. This is not good news for Texas, considering the majority of the past 2 months it was raining ea...

New disturbances and possibly new invest!

By: Tropicnerd13, 12:59 AM GMT on July 26, 2007

Well today, the 25th of July, we have two areas of disturbed weather that have some chance for development. One area of concern is closer to home than most of us would like. This one is located in the gulf of mexico. It appears to have little to no circulation and is under moderate sheer so i don't expect any development with this. All I expect of it is to go north into Texas and bring heavy rain, which isn't needed for much of the area. Gulf of Mexico disturbanceTh...

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