Invest 96L has a Good Chance to Develop – Possible Threat to Lesser Antilles by Next Week

   Posted by Levi at 7:57pm on August 17, 2015


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  • Jeremy Montague says:

    Good analysis, Levi…thanks!

  • Jack says:

    Very professional . Thank you

  • Anonymous says:

    Thanks Levi.

  • Ed says:

    Well put, great job

  • HarryCane says:

    Thank You Levi, As usual a very smooth video. Sound is fantastic! Can I ask if that banana ridge will keep it south towards Jamaica or will it make a turn northward after Pr and DR. Just wondering how persistent those highs and lows are to the north.

    • Levi says:

      Thanks Harry! It’s far too soon to talk about anything west of 60W. Land interaction may be a huge factor down the road if it enters the Caribbean as a storm.

  • Iceman says:

    Thanks for your expert analysis Levi.

  • Mike says:

    Levi, I am scheduled to fly to antigua from August 21st -27th. Any advice on canceling?

  • Juan Carlos says:

    Levi, thanks for the analysis. Considering the official forecast on now TD#4, Should Hispaniola be aware of a potential hurricane?

    Is there any chance for this system to miss the Caribbean?

    If it goes as strong, let’s say Category 2 Hurricane by longitude, 55w, can it gain lattitude and miss PR and DR?

  • ossqss says:

    Keep up the good work Levi.

    Question, it seems I am getting email notifications of your video uploads a day late. Any ideas as to why?

    • Levi says:

      Hey Oss,

      I think the notifications from the RSS feed go out at noon each day. If I upload after 12:00, which I’ve been doing this week, it won’t go out until the following day. Perhaps I should change it to an evening hour. Feeds are awkward in my opinion, but some people like them.

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