Thank You For Your Support and 2012 Recap.

buying Deltasone As the 2012 Atlantic Tropical Storm season nears it’s end, we would like to thank all our loyal viewers for your support and feedback. We believe that our very early postings regarding the severity potential of several storms this season may have given persons in the affected areas a bit more time to plan and to prepare. If our advisories helped just one family to be safer, then we have met our goal.

While this Tropical Storm season was ‘average’, we know that climate variations, due to buy provigil online 2018 natural cycles, may change the frequency and severity of storms over time.  The staff at The Tropical Storm Research Center monitors weather data points all year long for our software analysis, not just during the active season. We will post here any time a storm of tropical or sub-tropical nature threatens coastal areas of the US – regardless of when it takes place. That being said, our next regularly scheduled posting will be in late May 2013 regarding Tropical Storm and Hurricane Season Preparedness.

Thank you.

The volunteer staff at –
The Tropical Storm Research Center
Gulf Shores, Alabama.


New England Advisory – Nov. 05 – 09, 2012

New England Advisory for November 05 to November 09, 2012.

Our software is seeing a new Atlantic storm, usually called a “Nor’easter”, that will be affecting some of the northern coastal regions that were hit hard by Superstorm ‘Sandy’. While we usually do not comment on non-tropical origin storms, we feel that we must mention this developing system.

Superstorm ‘Sandy’ has left over 5 million persons without electrical power as of Thursday, November 01. As this new storm starts to affect the same areas, especially the northern areas, those persons still without power will have difficulty staying warm. Also, as we see cold temperatures behind this storm moving in, persons without power to warm buildings can have water pipes break with overnight temperatures at 31 degrees F or lower. We are cautioning all persons who DO have power to monitor the National Weather Service advisories and try your best to get this information to any friends or colleagues that do NOT have power any way that you can. Persons in the blackout areas have very few ways to keep track of things such as additioanal storms and how they may be affected in the next week or so. We are hoping that local law enforcement and fire departments will use their mobile PA systems in blacked out neighborhoods to announce what is heading into these areas.

For up to the minute official advisories and information, please visit the NHC website in Miami:

We are also providing an interactive Watch and Warning web link for persons who wish to get details on localized conditions:


“THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL ADVISORY. These updates and advisories are based upon information from our own computer models, NOAA, Local Weather Data Centers, deep water Buoy Data, and other publicly available sources. FOR THE SAFETY OF YOUR PROPERTY AND PERSON, please refer to your Local, State, and Federal Authority updates for Official Advisories and Orders. For up to the minute advisories and official updates, it is essential that you monitor your local Emergency Government, NOAA and Local Media Broadcasts. Please do not make personal safety decisions based upon information presented here in this Unofficial Advisory.”

Tropical Storm Research Center, Gulf Shores, Alabama –