BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Absolutely, positively nothing to be concerned about at this moment, but note that the National Hurricane Center is watching four tropical waves as we approach the peak of the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season.
Three of the waves are in the Atlantic, one is in the Caribbean. None — as of of now — have risen to the level of tracking maps. Quite simply: if Isaias wasn’t enough of a reminder to have a storm plan ready, the increase in tropical activity should be.
Here’s the morning update from the National Hurricane Center:
An Atlantic Ocean tropical wave is along 35W, from 18N southward, moving W 15 knots. Dry and stable Saharan air dominates the wave environment north of 14N. Scattered moderate to strong convection is seen along and south of the monsoon trough from 05N to 10N between 27W and 36W. An Atlantic Ocean tropical wave is along 45W, from 15N southward, moving westward 15 knots. Widely scattered moderate convection is seen from 06.5N to 11.5N between 43W and 52W. An Atlantic Ocean tropical wave is along 57W, from 17N southward, moving westward 10 to 15 knots. Scattered moderate convection is seen from 13N to 16.5N between 54W and 57W, while widely scattered moderate convection is ahead of the wave from 09N to 13N between 57W and 60W. A Caribbean Sea tropical wave is along 88W, from 19N southward, moving westward 15-20 knots. Middle to upper level cyclonic wind flow across most of the Gulf of Mexico is combining with a second middle to upper level low across the Caribbean southeast of Jamaica to enhancing strong associated convection with this wave covers the Caribbean Sea from Haiti westward. Precipitation:. Scattered to numerous moderate to strong convection extends from the Yucatan Channel along 20N south and southeastward across the Gulf of Honduras, the southeastward to coastal Colombia. Clusters of strong convection with tops to -80 deg C and lower are found offshore of Panama and Colombia.
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