The tropical wave we've been watching the past few days have officially succumbed to the dust and dry air. NHC says no tropical development is expected in the Atlantic Basin thru the next 5 days.
The Atlantic tropical wave is struggling with unfavorable conditions. It looks like the Saharan Dust may win this battle.
The National Hurricane Center is still watching a tropical wave in the Atlantic. The favorable conditions for development into a tropical cyclone are starting to become limited.
August means the Atlantic is heating up! The National Hurricane Center is focused on a tropical wave moving off the coast of Africa.
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We are still talking about the Saharan Dust and the National Hurricane Center is watching a tropical wave that could not be further away in the Atlantic.
FINALLY! Something to talk about in the Atlantic! A tropical wave is moving off the coast of Africa this weekend. Gradual development is expected as the storm moves WNW. The National Hurricane Center currently gives the disturbance a 30% chance of development in the next 5 days.
Dusty conditions continue to move through the Atlantic Basin with no tropical development expected in the next five days. Meanwhile, the Pacific Basin has 2 areas to watch but neither has any concern for the land.
NOAA and Colorado State University released their August updates for the 2022 Hurricane Season Outlooks.
Experts at CSU and NOAA decreased the forecast number of named storms from what they initially predicted in earlier outlooks, but they say you should still prepare for an active season.
For the first time in over a week, there is no named storm in the Eastern Pacific. And it is all about the dust in the Atlantic Basin.
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Frank is no more but Georgette is hanging in there. Do you remember how many named storms we've seen in the Atlantic?
Frank is fading fast! But the Atlantic is remaining quiet, for now.
Georgette and Frank continue to dance around in the Pacific. The Atlantic Basin is keeping track of its climatological expectations for this time of the year.
Things continue to stay quiet in the Atlantic Basin with no tropical development expected through the next week. Meanwhile, the Pacific continues to stay quite active with Frank and Georgette.
The Atlantic Basin remains quiet with another plume of Saharan dust moving through. Meanwhile, two named storms are churning in the Pacific Basin, they could eventually interact with one another.
Still quiet in the Atlantic Basin but the Eastern Pacific is getting crowded. There are now two tropical storms very close to each other!
Another named storm in the Pacific! Mostly quiet in the Atlantic Basin with a few tropical waves making some noise.
Looks like Frank will soon form in the Pacific. The National Hurricane Center has a lot more to watch in that basin compared to the Atlantic Basin.