Tropical Waves in the Central Caribbean and Eastern Atlantic Being Monitored for Development

   Posted by Levi at 6:04pm on August 5, 2017


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  • Scott says:

    thanks Levi

  • David says:

    Mrlevi,been a fan of yours many years.in any case you mentioned a trough digging into Texas,is it possible THE disturbance might feel that weakness and send the system MORE n/w.?

  • Heath says:

    Thank you sir.

  • Reid Hardy says:

    Nice work Levi ….

  • Harriet says:

    Really appreciate your blog!

    Darien, GA

  • Cody Miller says:

    Levi I’ve been hearing in the last hour that 90 L maybe trying to developa llc to the north of what the Euro was showing. Is it possible this could head more towards the Central Gulf?

  • sunlinepr says:

    Thanks Levi… true… models look less agressive now with 99L cyclogenesis… looks like if it keeps as a strong wave, we will have heavy rain in PR… Thanks… we were waiting for your analisys…

  • Robert says:

    Looks to me like invest 99 is going to run into some dry air and that will cut the power and force of whatever this thing ends up becoming!

  • Joseph B. says:

    Katrina didn’t follow the rules, or the models.

    What are your thoughts on this being a threat to Biloxi, Mississippi?

  • brandon hall says:

    Invest 90l is on tropical storm mode . at 1110 pm invest 90l is tropical storm franklin and i expected it to be hurricane after it hits the pensulina sooo heads up

  • Kenny Bullock says:

    Levi, following. How about a update? Would enjoy knowing your perspective on all this activity in the Atlantic and heard that TOP Mets have upped the number of predicted named storms for this season.

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