Watching Disturbed Weather in the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico Next Week

   Posted by Levi at 12:12am on June 16, 2017


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  • Cody Miller says:

    Hey Levi it’s Cody! Just wondering if you think the Houston ares could be impacted by this system. Do you think it could move in between what both models are showing?

  • Scott says:

    Thank You Levi. You always do a great job with the analysis

  • David says:

    Great analysis and always appreciated Levi.

  • BeachFoxx says:

    Great job Levi…. I’m in France and your website and analysis provides a since of calm compared to a couple of others! LoL. Headed home on the 19th and don’t want to arrive home only to deal with a storm!
    Bon jour!

  • FishOutofWater aka George says:

    NHS 5 Probability estimate upped to 60% for the Caribbean disturbance and 40% for the mid Atlantic tropical wave. Amazing for mid June.

    Thanks for pointing out the vortex spinning off of South America. It’s already becoming involved in the Caribbean convection at 9:30 EDT Friday 16 June. I would have never seen that vortex on the low res loop I usually look at.

    The tropical Atlantic continues to warm up rapidly and SST anomalies are higher than they were in May. This may be an indication that we’re going to have an above average hurricane season in the Atlantic.

  • Patti Lauer says:

    Thank you Levi
    I will be keeping an eye on your Tropical tibits often now we are back in the season.
    Patti

  • Marynell says:

    Thanks for your level headed analysis. Bottom line “someone is going to get wet.” We’ll stay tuned!

  • Shelley says:

    Thank you so much for the clear explanations. Knowing what is going on keeps me calm this time of year. Pls keep up the great work.

  • Anonymous says:

    Hi Levi,
    When will you post a new tropical update? Love your videos!

  • harrycane says:

    Thank You

  • harrycane says:

    Thank You !

  • John says:

    Very informative and instructive.

  • Michael C. says:

    Just stumbled across your site. Great Information, thank you!

  • Jeff S. says:

    Thanks Levi!

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