Monthly Archives: July 2013


Remnants of Dorian Mostly Gone – New Invest in East Pacific

The remnants of Dorian continue to fade in the Atlantic. Very strong upper-level winds have split the wave in half, separating the former mid-level center from the area of lower surface pressures. The result: a weakening tropical wave with little chance for redevelopment. The NHC forecast calls for a 20% chance of tropical cyclone formation, […]

Invest 99E in the East Pacific

Remnants of Dorian Model Tracks

Remnants of Dorian Struggling to Redevelop

Monday 7/29/2013 – 9:30AM The remnants of Dorian have not become any better organized overnight. Here are the latest track model runs for remnants of Dorian (now with current satellite imagery)! Development chances down to 40%. Thunderstorms are a little more concentrated this morning, but most of the models lose the system in 2 days […]


Weaking Dorian Losing Vital Moisture Feed

Water vapor satellite imagery from this morning showing ‪‎Dorian‬ becoming cut off from the moisture feed flowing in from the south (pink arrows) as more and more of the circulation is getting surrounded by dry air (yellow arrows). This interruption in moisture return from the south is likely contributing to the weakening we’ve seen since […]

Water Vapor Image of TS Dorian