Category Archives: Atlantic

Is the Atlantic Cap Finally Bending?

Analysis: Water Vapor image this morning shows several small areas of “popcorn” moisture in the large, dry air mass over the central Atlantic (yellow arrows), which suggests a pattern change may be close. Looking further east, convection has increased some with a tropical wave in the east Atlantic (circled). This wave has a 30% chance […]

Water Vapor Image of the Atlantic from 8/27/2013

Latest Models for 92L (9:30 PM EDT 8/13/2013)

Invest 92L – Latest Information

Updated 8/14/2013 7:30PM EDT The tropical wave in the western Caribbean continues to become better organized and a tropical depression may be forming. However, the center of this system will reach the Yucatan peninsula within the next 24 hours, which may inhibit additional development. In addition, the reliable global models do not generate a tropical […]

Tropical Atlantic Remains Quiet – For Now

Atlantic update: Strong upper-level winds have dissipated the low-potential disturbance we were watching yesterday, and are keeping things quiet across the tropics. However, long-range models are suggesting the tropics may become more active toward the end of next week. Generally speaking, the “real” Atlantic hurricane season runs from August 15th to October 30th. This is […]

Water Vapor Image of the Tropical Atlantic