Just getting back in front of the computer. For those looking for the latest on what's coming out of the Carib, we are starting to take a look at the latest models runs and will have further analysis shortly. It will be days of watching ahead. Models continue to suggest that some type of tropical feature, maybe two, will lift out of the Caribbean up over Cuba and Hispaniola over the next several days. As of right now, it looks like weak Low Pressure into the SE Coast anywhere from NE Florida to South of the Outer Banks late this weekend. It is important to remember that forecast does and will always change. It's why we watch you follow. Thats just what it looks like for now. A Tropical Storm can not be ruled out at this time. Regardless of weather or knot a Tropical Storm develops, a weak tropical system can, has, and will again, dump copious amounts of rain over a region. A slow moving tropical system can have as much financial loss as a fast moving hurricane. Sometimes it's not the wind but the water.
Moving forward this is the time of year the word hype gets thrown around when we start making these forecast. Earlier today on our social feeds we posted a few post titled Possible Large Swell Event Setting Up in the Atlantic. That got the hype call going. We don't hype we only call it as we see it. We started talking about the feature in the Caribbean a week ago and now here it's coming up in the near term forecast. No Hype, just what we saw coming.
We will add an update to this post on the latest coming out of the Caribbean shortly so be sure to check back for that update. Will be posted below this video. Here's a look at this afternoons run of the EURO and our thoughts on this POSSIBLE Large Swell Event setting up in the Atlantic this weekend.
UPDATE ON WHATS COMING OUT THE CARIB
Update effective 5:00 AM EST Tuesday May 24th
Heres this morning look at the IR. Plenty of time to watch. Models continue to show Low pressure, tropical in nature, will get on the otherside of the Bahamas. As detailed in last nights video, other than the GFS showing a slightly better organized and stronger system overnight and the EURO continuing with a two featured system, no change from previous thinking. Weak Low pressure into the SE Coast this weekend anywhere from NE Florida through the OBX.
00Z EURO for Sunday the second feature we are talking about in the model is s South of the Western tip of Cuba. In this image.
Then by Thursday LATE OF NEXT WEEK, not whats coming Memorial Weekend. Image dated June 2nd.lifts creating a secondary shot at development.
Now that I got your ear. See image above and go back and look at the IR. NO ONE can tell you weather or knot a Tropical Storm will develop over Memorial Weekend. The ingredients are there. This is clearly visible. Again plenty of time to watch.
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