One-two punch setting up in the Atlantic?

Well well well. It appears the #1 disturbance (furthest west) has gained some organization and now has a 30% chance to develop into a storm.

The system behind it (to the east) continues to have a 10% chance for development over the next 48 hours. It would be interesting if both these storms are able to develop although I'm not certain how conducive the environment is to back to back storms.

Time will tell.

Enjoy your evening.

UPDATE: Storm #1 now has a 50% chance of developing in the next 48 hours.


Another One

Quick post tonight, but the NHC is now watching another wave behind the first one. They give it 10% chance of developing in the next 48 hours. It appears to have more moisture that the system that is ahead.

There is quite a bit more moisture stretching back to the west coast of Africa. We will see how this all pans out. By the way.... MONDAY is OVER!


Season Peak

Atlantic hurricane season is reaching peak and so far the season is dismal. A good thing for coastal residents, but keeping things quiet for those that track these things.

A new disturbance is being looked at in the central Atlantic.

The National Hurricane Center is giving this low pressure a 10% chance of development over the next several days. Because we are approaching the peak of hurricane season, it will be worthwhile to watch any disturbance from here on out.