This week the place to watch will be the Gulf of Mexico. The operational models have been hinting at weak development for almost two weeks now, and this morning's satellite image shows considerable thunderstorms developing over the western Caribbean. My thoughts are, we should see low pressure developing over the western Caribbean and slowly working north the end of the week. Over the weekend, we should see low pressure in the south-central Gulf of Mexico that may try to wind up into a storm. Any development will be slow going.
The system in the Atlantic is being monitored by NHC for subtropical development. That system will head out to the North Atlantic this week and may become a subtropical storm.
Severe weather will highlight the weather pattern through early next week. An unusual chilly airmass coming into the Great Lakes.
A busy six days coming with severe weather once again.
Heavy thunderstorms will develop here and there across the country.
Widespread wind damage today with a few tornadoes mixed in as well.
While the tropics become quiet, the severe weather will continue for at least the next two weeks or more.
Hurricane Arthur to go over the Outerbanks. Beaches in the Northeast get over-washed during high tides. Severe storms today with flash flooding.