Invest 95W is located near 16.5°N 111.7°E (central western Pacific), and currently has winds around 20 mph, with a pressure of 1006 mbar. This low is currently not expected to develop further.
Depression BOB 02 (02B) is currently located near 15.9°N 90.8°E (Bay of Bengal), and has 1-min winds of 40 mph, 3-min winds of 30 mph, and a pressure of 996 mbar.
A tropical wave is in the eastern Atlantic with axis extending
from 10N29W to 01N30W, moving W at 10 kt. CIRA LPW imagery shows
a moderate moist environment near the ITCZ with dry air in the
Saharan Air Layer N of 10N. The 700 mb analysis shows a good wave
reflection. Scattered moderate convection is from 00N-06N between
27W-32W. Scattered showers are within 120 nm of the remainder of
the wave axis.
A tropical wave is in the central Atlantic with axis extending
from 11N47W to 01N47W, moving W at 10-15 kt. CIRA LPW imagery
shows a moderate moist environment near the ITCZ, with dry air in
the Saharan Air Layer N of 10N. The 700 mb analysis shows a good
wave reflection. Scattered showers are within 120 nm of the wave
A tropical wave is in the west Atlantic with axis extending from
18N59W to 06N60W, moving W at 15 kt. This wave shows a well
defined inverted-V surface reflection on satellite imagery. CIRA
LPW imagery shows a moist environment. The 700 mb analysis shows a
good wave reflection. Scattered showers are within 180 nm of the
A tropical wave is over the east Caribbean with axis extending
from 19N71W to 10N71W, moving W at 15 kt. Saharan dry air is
present in the wave's environment inhibiting convection. There is
a very pronounced 700 mb wave reflection.
A tropical wave north of 07N along 94W is moving westward at 10
kt with minimal associated convection. Another tropical wave
from 06N to 16N along 100W is moving westward at 10-15 kt with
associated convection within 45 nm east of the axis. These waves
are forecast to move slowly westward during the next 36-48 hours
and become embedded within a larger area of broad low pressure
south of Mexico Monday through Tuesday.
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first Category 5 Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Felix of 2007;
lowest-latitude and southernmost Category 5 Atlantic hurricane on record;
first storm since Hurricane Cleo to make landfall in Haiti as a Category 4 hurricane;
strongest hurricane to landfall in the United States since Hurricane Ike;
first hurricane to make landfall in South Carolina since Hurricane Gaston in 2004;
and first hurricane to make landfall north of Georgia in October since Hurricane Hazel?
...that Hurricane Nicole was the strongest and the first major hurricane affecting the island of Bermuda since Hurricane Fabian in 2003?
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News of 2017
EFFECTIVE — January 1, 2017 — a personal message from Bobnekaro:
Happy New Year HHW! Let's hope 2017 is a great one!
EFFECTIVE — February 18, 2017 — Hurricane Idol's season 10 will start in the upcoming days. You can submit your names by clicking here. Once 50 names are reached, the season will start.
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