Disturbance in Western Caribbean to Bring Heavy Rains to Florida Early Next Week

   Posted by Levi at 1:56pm on June 3, 2016


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  • Hoff511 says:

    Thanks Levi! Great analysis as always.

  • SEK1022 says:

    Thanks Levi! Appreciate the in depth analysis….educational

  • Patti Lauer says:

    Thanks Levi! I guess I will be watching your video’s more often now we are in the “season” once again. Good job and thank you so much! Patti aka Gamma

  • ossqss says:

    It will be interesting to see how the pronounced loop current and gulf stream in the GOM impacts this system.

    http://www.myfoxhurricane.com/custom/models/rtofs/current_gulf_anim.gif

    Nice Job Levi

  • Anonymous says:

    The Doomcasters on Masters blog are at it again. These guys actually wish for disasters.
    Their intent is fear not inform.

    • Debi Reynolds says:

      That’s not very nice…they just get excited at the prospect of tropical systems. They really are weather geeks just having fun…

  • Iceman says:

    Thanks again Levi. Based upon your excellent meteorological synopsis, I know where I’m gonna go to ride some “clean” swells vice victory at sea chop. Youdaman.

  • Len R. Holliday says:

    Hey, Levi, You are doing a fantastic job telling us and keeping us up to date on the Tropics! It is very early to be thinking about next Winter I realize! But, I truly believe we are going to have a very severe Winter 2016-2017 for most of the nation! Looking kind of like a repeat of 1976-1977 of 40-years ago. Bone cold with precip. as a whole low but spots that will pick up historic ice storms like Atlanta for example. My good friend The Donald will be the next president of the U.S. and once he is in office the stock market will go to hell! Trillions of American Wealth we leave us next year! I plan on making five million or more next year in the stock market once he get’s in the stock market will drop 5000pts. or more rapidly! THANKS! Len R. Holliday

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