Satellite above - shows Karen weakening south of Bermuda...on the other hand...Major Hurricane Lorenzo churning north in Central Atlantic with winds up to 150 mph....no threat to land. Below - tracks of Karen and Lorenzo and large view of satellite in Atlantic.
Below - today's risk severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below - animated maps thru Saturday followed by rainfall into mid week next week. Be safe...enjoy your weekend.
Satellite = radar - obvious - storms in So. Plains...showers Great Lakes...showers in Southwest. Karen north of Puerto Rico but notice the spin over Bahamas....reflecting upper low....reason why Karen has not gotten stronger and may turn west. Below - Tropical basin...track of Karen and track of Lorenzo.
Animated maps for the next 2 days then rainfall into Tuesday - ending with snapshot weather for your Friday. Be safe.
Satellite/radar - showing Jerry north of Bermuda....Karen - north of Puerto Rico. Cold front with thunderstorms in Great Lakes. Below - today's threat of severe weather in dark green....followed by rainfall through weekend.
Below - map of Atlantic tropical basin...track of Karen...tracks of hurricane Models. Karen expected to turn west toward the U. S. this weekend.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days...followed by snapshot weather for your Thursday. Be safe.
Satellite picture + radar above shows some throw back clouds from Humberto across Cape Cod....otherwise moisture from depression in Texas is moving north and Central US has a wet weekend. Below - today's threat of severe weather - dark green and yellow.
Below - look at the Atlantic Tropical Basin. Hurricane Jerry still expected to turn north and it could be a serious threat to Bermuda early next week.
Track of Jerry by hurricane center and then by hurricane models.
Below - animated maps through Saturday....rainfall into Tuesday....and snapshot weather for Saturday. Enjoy the last weekend of summer.
Satellite + radar showers showers in The NW....heavy rains Texas/Louisiana...heavy storms Midwest,,,,,Humberto moving out into the North Atlantic. Below - risk of severe weather today in dark green...followed by rainfall into Monday.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days....followed by snapshot weather for Friday.
Finally...look at tropical Atlantic Basin ....track of Jerry...which should
turn him north and possible endanger Bermuda. Be safe.
Humberto will bring strong winds to Bermuda today as he moves into Atlantic. Depression in Texas promises more rain. Storms in Northern Plains. Below - tropical Atlantic Basin map showing the next depression in Central Atlantic to become Jerry. The expected track takes it to Bahamas with a swing out to sea.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days...rainfall through the weekend...ending with snapshot weather for Thursday.
Above...Hurricane Humberto....well formed....moving slowly out to sea...but generating large swells for SE Coast. Below...satellite and radar of the Nation...followed by today's threat of severe weather in dark green.
Below - track of Humberto, Atlantic basin showing next system to watch for in So. Central Atlantic followed by rainfall into this weekend.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days followed by snapshot for Wednesday. Be safe.
Above - satellite picture of tropical depression in Bahamas which will likely become tropical storm Humberto and affect Florida and SE Coast this weekend. Below - hurricane center track....tracks of models...and rainfall expected into Tuesday.
Below - risk of severe weather today in dark green and yellow...animated maps for next 2 days.....and satellite - radar.
Below - snapshot weather for Saturday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows strong storms in Upper Midwest....Northeast. Eastern Bahamas has a disturbance that could form into a tropical cyclone. Below - Atlantic hurricane map & track of Bahamas low.
Below...today's risk of severe weather - dark green ..yellow - tan...followed by animated maps...and rainfall thru Sunday.
Below - snapshot weather for Thursday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows a front with thunderstorms in Great Lakes. Weak tropical disturbance in Bahamas working toward Florida. Below - today's risk of severe weather -dark green - to brown.
Below - a look at the tropical Atlantic...followed by animated maps for next couple...then rainfall through Saturday.
Finally...weather snapshot for Wednesday. Be safe.
Early radar showing Dorian near Cape Lookout N.C. moving northeast.
Next target Cape Cod....then Nova Scotia. Track and rainfall through Tuesday to follow.
Below - current map for the tropical Atlantic....today's risk of severe weather in dark green....and animated maps for the next 2 days
Below - snapshot weather for Saturday ....followed by satellite picture of Dorian. Be safe - enjoy the weekend.
Dorian...south of Charleston, S.C. continues to be a dangerous hurricane with winds of 115-120 mph. He will likely move across Eastern N.C. with dangerous storm surge and winds today and tonight. Some of his rain and wind will affect southern New England Friday. Below - track of hurricane center...model tracks...rainfall expected thru Monday.
Below - tropical Atlantic.....other than Dorian...no threat to the U. S. in the near future.
Below severe weather threat today in dark green and yellow...then animated maps for next 2 days. Be safe.
Early a.m. radar of Dorian - moving along the coastline. Below - satellite picture of Dorian + hurricane center track and model tracks...all in sync.
Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow...then rainfall through Sunday.
Lastly...satellite of tropical Atlantic....very busy with many systems to watch..followed by animated maps for next 2 days showing track of Dorian. Be safe.
Dorian continued stalled over The Grand Bahamas with 120-150 mph winds. He is expected to turn north and parallel the Florida Coast today...and then parallel the Carolinas with Hateras getting the biggest blow. AFter that he will pick up speed and head into Atlantic likely bringing wind and rain to Cape Cod Friday into Saturday. Cape Cod could get winds over 50 mph and heavy rain. Below - satellite picture of Dorian with model track and hurricane track.
Below - rainfall expected into Saturday.......followed by animated maps for next 2 days.
Look at tropics....very active with Fernand and Gabrille not far from being named. That is followed by today's threat of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
We'll have daily weather discussions, talking about major systems on the horizon along with anything noteworthy that pops up on our radar.