Category Archives: Hurricaneanalytics Information


Severe Weather Forecast for Southern Texas Tuesday

Adequate low level moisture, atmospheric instability and upper-level winds are all expected to be conducive for severe weather on Tuesday across parts of south-central Texas. An upper-level low will track eastward over Texas tomorrow, but the timing will be important. Severe conditions will be most likely if the low moves through the area during late […]


Tuesday: Risk of Severe Weather in Southern Texas

Conditions in southern Texas look to be favorable for the development of severe weather Tuesday afternoon/evening. An upper level system will be passing through the central US and low-level moisture return should be adequate to provide fuel for storms developing across the region. Initially this looked to be an issue for Monday, but the timing […]


3 Untrue Hurricane Model Myths 2

Even degreed broadcast meteorologists struggle to understand the complexities of the computer models used to forecast track and intensity of hurricanes. Here are three common myths that I have heard, and why they aren’t true. Myth 1: The US government “delays” the public GFDL model data to give forecasters more time. If you follow the […]


Significant Severe Weather Outbreak Underway on Christmas

Christmas day is bringing a well-anticipated but significant severe weather outbreak across much of the northern Gulf coast. Southern Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama are under the gun for damaging wind, hail, and possibly long-track, violent tornadoes today and tonight. A developing area of low pressure is coming into the southeast US. In front of it […]