Category Archive: Tropical Weather Center

Shows the current conditoins of tropical depressions, tropical storms and hurricanes.

Jul 14 2013

Dante' Brown-Royal

Sorry Guys, I’ll be Back this week…

Im sorry guys, Ive had a lot of crazy stuff going on in my life over the past month and have been unable to post on the site. I will be coming back this week. Later This week I will be unveiling our winter weather center, page and updating the Tropical weather center. As well …

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Jun 06 2013

Dante' Brown-Royal

While We Are Still Dealing With Andrea, Invest 92L has developed…

tropical development outlook 06-06-13

Don’t have much time today, but here is invest 92L. Right now does not pose a serious threat besides heavy rain for the Caribbean Islands. For further information please visit our Tropical Weather Center.

Jun 05 2013

Dante' Brown-Royal

First Tropical Storm Of the Season Has Formed… Say Hello To Andrea

predicted Rainfall

I forgot to post the link to our tropical weather center. It looks pretty boring right now, but we will add more features in the future. Click here to go to our tropical weather Center. Now as we here at weatheradvance.com have been saying for over a week now, that a weak tropical depression or …

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Jun 03 2013

Dante' Brown-Royal

Invest 91L is Born, And Belive It or Not CMC may not be too far off, in its idea with this system…

CMC All Together

As we expected here at weatheradvance.com and have been preaching for a little over a week, a tropical system is now in the Gulf Of mexico and conditions are slightly favorable for development of this system. Now some people have wondered about the extreme view of the CMC. But is it really extreme or is …

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Jun 02 2013

Dante' Brown-Royal

Weather Safe: Be Prepared For, and During Hurricane Season, new features to help you stay safe

weather safe hurricanes

The Official start to hurricane season is June 1st 2013. And over the past 10-12 years we have seen several hurricanes that have devastated the United States. Such as Katrina, Rita, Wilma, Isabel, Floyd, and most recently Sandy. These storms have cost hundreds of people there lives, as well as cost millions of dollars in …

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May 26 2013

Dante' Brown-Royal

UPDATE:June 1-8th Possible Tropical Storm?

tropical depression or storm 3

Well the storm is still there on 3 runs now. 18Z GFS, 00Z GFS and now the 06Z GFS. Now the storm slightly gets pushed ┬áback a few days, and the intensity varies but at this point of time we are not looking for that, we are merely looking for model consistency. The 06Z GFS …

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May 25 2013

Dante' Brown-Royal

Long Range GFS Model Shows Tropical Storm Developing In Early June

tropical depression or storm

Now this is just one run, but i don’t see this as too far off. Since as i mentioned in my Hurricane season 2013 outlook that you may see things start off in the Caribbean Sea early on due to warmer water temperatures. But at the same time this is about 9 days out, and …

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May 22 2013

Dante' Brown-Royal

Offical Summer Outlook and A Look At Hurricane Season 2013

Atlantic Hurricane Season 2013 Outlook

One thing i must point out with this summer is the NAO, after observing this for a few years, I have learned that once you get past March, the more negative the NAO is the Warmer it gets, the more positive it is the cooler it is. From what the NAO has done over the …

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May 16 2013

Eric

Verification of hurricane predictions

Hi all, and its been a while since I have posted, but I will help you catch up to speed on what’s occurring in the tropics and how my summer & hurricane forecasts are panning out in comparison to some of the model guidance & other factors offering support for it.   First of all, …

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Mar 13 2013

Dante' Brown-Royal

February While Close To Average Overall Temperature Wise Was Wet, and Snowy

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Winter was much better than last winter if you include the month of February. While temperatures hovered slightly above average they were not the torch they were last year. Lets look at the graphic above which is the precipitation amounts for the month of February compared to average. Notice most of the Eastern Half of …

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