Tropical Storm Expected to Form near Northeast Caribbean on Wednesday and Track Toward Bahamas

   Posted by Levi at 5:49pm on July 28, 2020


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  • Arleen Fotiu says:

    Thank you. As a recent transplant to Puerto Rico – from California, I appreciate the education on the Atlantic systems. Glad I stumbled onto your page.

  • Jeanna Harris says:

    Thank you for the update.

  • Sean says:

    Thank you for the Thursday info, much appreciated here in Melbourne.

  • Shelley Leyens says:

    Thank you, Levi! As usual, your detailed explanation is a great help.

  • Alexander Kushch, PhD says:

    Levi,

    I appreciate your straightforward presentation and very concise and objective view of the weather. I have relied on your presentations for the last several years and hope that you continue to grow and offer such important summaries without the hype and hysteria of mainstream media. Please continue your great work and let me know how we can continue to support you.

    Alex Kushch, Ph.D.

  • Alexander Kushch, PhD says:

    Levi,

    I appreciate your straightforward presentation and very concise and objective view of the weather. I have relied on your presentations for the last several years and hope that you continue to grow and offer such important summaries without the hype and hysteria of mainstream media. Please continue your great work and let me know how we can continue to support you.

    Alex Kushch, Ph.D.
    Fort Lauderdale, FL

  • Janet Katz says:

    So Levi have you had any invitations to go on a Hurricane HunterđŸ˜¬?

  • TheLazyTurtle says:

    Waiting and watching, I’m concerned about rapid intensification water temps and low sheer are ideal and could catch Florida off guard and unprepared.

    • Florida resident says:

      I wouldn’t call us here in Florida off guard and unprepared. If you’re a Florida resident then you are fully aware of the potential destruction looming over the horizon every hurricane season and take the appropriate steps to be ready for it.
      I enjoy this site, it is far more detailed than most other weather sites so I am thankful that we can draw on Levi’s hard work to make us informed and he doesn’t over emphasize the potential issues.

  • Loye Schulthess says:

    Levi,
    Thank you for your informative information and blog. Just the facts in an intelligent presentation. You are my go-to every hurricane season.

  • Jesus Fernandez says:

    I don’t understand why 92L hasn’t been given a name. It has sustained winds of 45 mph which is well within the tropical storm name category. Can you please explain why the NHC hasn’t gone ahead and issues at its name.

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