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2021 Tropical Storm and Hurricane Season (2 Viewers)

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Welcome one and all. Let's see what 2021 has in store for us this year.

Here are the 2021 names.
  • Ana (unused)
  • Bill (unused)
  • Claudette (unused)
  • Danny (unused)
  • Elsa (unused)
  • Fred (unused)
  • Grace (unused)
  • Henri (unused)
  • Ida (unused)
  • Julian (unused)
  • Kate (unused)
  • Larry (unused)
  • Mindy (unused)
  • Nicholas (unused)
  • Odette (unused)
  • Peter (unused)
  • Rose (unused)
  • Sam (unused)
  • Teresa (unused)
  • Victor (unused)
  • Wanda (unused)
 
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So is the GFS on to something in the Gulf of Mexico for next weekend?
 

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Chance of cyclone formation for the GOM disturbance is back down to 30% as the low moves inland while the Atlantic low is declared to have developed subtropical characteristics with advisories beginning later this morning
 
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According to ATCF/Best Track, we have a 40kt Subtropical Storm Ana out in the North Atlantic, as Invest 90L finally developed central convection.

As for Invest 91L, it started firing off some decent convection while it was making landfall tonight, seemingly forgetting to do so for the past 24 hours until it was too late lol
 

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There’s potential development showing in the models 10-14 days in the Gulf of Mexico.
 

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It seems awfully early to be watching waves coming off the coast of Africa

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NHC doesn't seem to think it will have a long lifespan

3. A strong tropical wave just offshore of west Africa is producing
disorganized shower and thunderstorm activity. Some development
of this system is possible during the next few days before a
combination of dry air aloft and strong upper-level winds limit any
chance of formation while the wave is over the central tropical
Atlantic Ocean late week.
* Formation chance through 48 hours...low...10 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days...low...20 percent.
 

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todays TWO mentions a disturbance off the Georgia/South Carolina coast that could possibly reach TS strength by landfall tomorrow night. Recon is scheduled for tomorrow.

There's also a wave over the eastern Atlantic they are watching. Chances of development are low.

Per NHC:

1. A small low pressure system is located about 425 miles
east-southeast of Savannah, Georgia. The associated shower and
thunderstorm activity has become less organized since earlier this
afternoon, becoming displaced to the northwest of the surface center
due to strong upper-level winds. The low is forecast to move
quickly west-northwestward at 15 to 20 mph, crossing over the
warmer waters of the Gulf Stream Monday morning, and it has some
potential to become a tropical depression or tropical storm before
reaching the coast of Georgia or southern South Carolina by Monday
evening. If the system becomes more organized overnight or on
Monday, then tropical storm warnings could be required for a portion
of the Georgia and South Carolina coasts with short notice.
Regardless of development, a few inches of rain are possible along
the immediate coasts of Georgia and southern South Carolina through
Monday night. An Air Force Reserve Unit reconnaissance aircraft is
scheduled to investigate the system Monday afternoon, if necessary.
* Formation chance through 48 hours...medium...50 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days...medium...50 percent.
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Chances of development on the Atlantic wave are up to medium as of this morning.
 

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Now a TD
 

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97L bears watching especially.

From the TWO:

1. A broad area of low pressure, associated with a tropical wave, is
located about midway between the west coast of Africa and the
Windward Islands. This system is producing a large area of showers
and thunderstorms that continues to show some signs of organization.
Environmental conditions appear generally favorable for development,
and a tropical depression is likely to form during the next few
days while the system moves west-northwestward at about 20 mph.
Interests in the Windward and Leeward Islands should closely
monitor this system as it will likely be moving through that region
on Friday.
* Formation chance through 48 hours...medium...60 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days...high...80 percent.

 

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I'm guessing 97L won't develop until it crosses 40°W, so it won't technically be the earliest Cape Verde storm on record, but still concerning to see that part of the basin already active in June.
 

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I'm guessing 97L won't develop until it crosses 40°W, so it won't technically be the earliest Cape Verde storm on record, but still concerning to see that part of the basin already active in June.
Yeah. There was another wave off Africa before this they were watching but it never developed. Cape Verde season could be very active if this keeps up.
 

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