Current cyclones and Watching

TWO11.8N-77.7W
INVEST 95L27.4N-96.6W

Territory(s) threatened by the current system(s):
US -> Texas, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Montserrat, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent And The Grenadines, Trinidad And Tobago,
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Tropical Weather - Analysis of Atlantic Cyclone Weather

(Last update Tropical weather : 01/07 at 02:47 UTC).

There are currently 3 tropical weather systems monitored by the NHC on the Atlantic basin:

  • The Potential Cyclone TWO is currently located on 11.8 N by -77.7 W (285 km WNW of Columbia). Intensity is 35 kts and the pressure of 1005 hPa.
  • INVEST 95L (1) is currently at 27.4 N by -96.6 W (289 km SSO of US -> Texas). Intensity is 30 kts and the pressure of 1014 hPa. The risk of reinforcement is 30% at 48 hours and 30% at 5 days.
  • Tropical wave (2) located on 11.45 N by -54.69 W. The risk of reinforcement is 10% at 48 hours and 10% at 5 days.

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    Tropical weather situation in the Atlantic

    Current conditions of cyclonic development in the Atlantic

    tropical weather: condition of cyclonic strengthening in the AtlanticCyclonic development conditions are moderately favorable over the eastern Atlantic and the center, they are rather unfavorable off the West Indies. *






    Sand and dry air
    Sand and dry air are moderately present over the eastern Atlantic and the wide Caribbean arc, and very present over the central Atlantic.
    The West Indies is in an area of ​​dry air and fairly dense sand.

    SST (water temperature anomalies)
    The water temperature is close to 28° in the eastern Atlantic and in the centre, it is above 28° on average off the Caribbean arc.

    Shear
    Le shear is fairly strong to strong over the western Atlantic, medium over the center and rather weak off the coast of Africa.

    Warning ! Adverse conditions do not necessarily indicate that there will be no cyclone and vice versa.
    * This tool is in Beta version and its reliability has not yet been fully assessed.

    tropical weather: condition of cyclonic strengthening in the AtlanticCyclonic development conditions are moderately favorable over the eastern Atlantic and the center, they are rather unfavorable off the West Indies. *

    Sand and dry air
    Sand and dry air are moderately present over the eastern Atlantic and the wide Caribbean arc, and very present over the central Atlantic.
    The West Indies is in an area of ​​dry air and fairly dense sand.

    SST (water temperature anomalies)
    The water temperature is close to 28° in the eastern Atlantic and in the centre, it is above 28° on average off the Caribbean arc.

    Shear
    Le shear is fairly strong to strong over the western Atlantic, medium over the center and rather weak off the coast of Africa.

    Warning ! Adverse conditions do not necessarily indicate that there will be no cyclone and vice versa.
    * This tool is in Beta version and its reliability has not yet been fully assessed.

    See the forecast for the season

    List of names of cyclones for the season

    AlexBonnieColinDanielleEarl
    FionaGastonErmineIanJulia
    KarlLisaMartinNicoleOwen
    PaulaRichardSharyTobiasVirginia
    Walter

    Cyclone (s) dissipated - Cyclone (s) in progress - Cyclone (s) not yet named

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    Current cyclones and Watching

    TWO11.8N-77.7W
    INVEST 95L27.4N-96.6W

    Territory(s) threatened by the current system(s):
    US -> Texas, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Montserrat, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent And The Grenadines, Trinidad And Tobago,

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    Overall Watching in #Martinique is still at the YELLOW level.
    – Change to Yellow for high winds
    – Yellow maintenance for heavy rains and thunderstorms.

    See details on: https://meteofrance.mq/fr/Watching

    The surge approaching the arc is now unlikely to strengthen into a storm.

    On the other hand, we must expect a very active wave which will generate possibly significant accumulations of rain on the northern 2/3 of the arc and sustained gusts.

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