See the "My Personal Weatherman" Facebook page for frequent updates. - Hurricane Lorenzo has 105 mph sustained winds and hurricane watches are in effect for the Azores. It's looking more likely that Lorenzo won't directly affect Ireland. - While there are a few areas to watch in the tropics, there's nothing major to worry about. - It still looks very warm on Wednesday for Long Island with highs in the mid 80's. A cold front will be coming down from the north Wednesday night w
See the "My Personal Weatherman" Facebook page for frequent updates. - Tropical Storm Jerry has 65 mph winds, and it's expected to pass northwest of Bermuda, but it could bring tropical storm conditions there.
- Tropical Depression Thirteen (future Lorenzo) is expected to become a major hurricane this week; however, it's expected to curve northward towards the middle of the Atlantic.
- Tropical Storm Karen is struggling to survive, but it's expected to bring tropical storm
See the "My Personal Weatherman" Facebook page for daily updates. - Humberto: It now has winds of 125 mph, and it raked Bermuda with wind gusts over 120 mph, even though the center passed approximately 100 miles to the northwest. It will now weaken and become extratropical by tomorrow night as it races out to sea.
- Imelda: The remnants continue to bring tremendous flooding rains to eastern Texas with rainfall totals over 20 inches with rainfall rates as high as 5 inches per
See the "My Personal Weatherman" Facebook page for frequent updates. 5 PM Advisory: 70 mph, pressure of 989 mb, and moving north at 6 mph. - The 3rd image shows the Euro ensembles. Also, only 4 of the 35 UKMET ensemble members have landfall along the east coast (all in the Carolinas). The following is from the National Hurricane Center forecast discussion: The initial motion estimate is now 360/05 kt. There are no significant changes to the previous forecast track or reasonin
See the "My Personal Weatherman" Facebook page for frequent updates. While Hurricane Dorian is gone, we're at the peak of the hurricane season, and more activity is expected. As of now, nothing is imminent, but there are two areas that the National Hurricane Center is watching. The following is from the National Hurricane Center: 1. A broad area of low pressure and an associated tropical wave are producing showers and thunderstorms several hundred miles west of the Cabo Verde
See the "My Personal Weatherman" Facebook page for continual updates. - The overnight Euro run is a little closer to the coast of Florida and has landfall at Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. The GFS has landfall near Wilmington, North Carolina. This will have to be watched closely today to see if the westward trend continues.
- As of the 5 AM advisory, sustained winds are still 150 mph with gusts over 175 mph, but the pressure is down to 934 mb! It's moving west at 8 mph. No m