Named Storm Cindy – 2017

Tropical Depression 3 has now been upgraded to Tropical Storm Cindy. All data regarding this storm in the advisories below are still current. Expect a landfall near the Texas – Louisiana border very late Wednesday evening or very early Thursday morning.This storm will then move inland and will bring heavy rains and some flooding to inland areas of the Gulf Coast and the central Midwestern states by the weekend.

Please use the link below for official advisories and updates.

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

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“These are not official advisories. 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.”

http://gulfstorm.net

Tropical Storm Research Center, Gulf Shores, Alabama

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Potential Cyclone Three

This should become Tropical Storm Cindy over the next several hours. The wind field is around 220 miles from the center of circulation and should remain just at or below Tropical Storm strength. Estimated area of impact will be in western Louisiana/Eastern Texas. This system has a wide reach and will, to varying degrees, impact the entire northern Gulf of Mexico areas. Coastal flooding, high surf and winds, and heavy rain can be expected. As the system moves closer, flash flooding from rainfall remains a very real threat.

Please observe your local, state, and NHC advisories, and take appropriate action for your area.

Advisory for readers along the Gulf Coast June 19 to 22, 2017

Additional Advisory for readers from Texas to Florida June 19-22, 2017.
 
A Tropical Depression has moved into the central Gulf of Mexico from the western Caribbean and may become Tropical Storm “Cindy” soon. This storm will start to affect most of the Gulf Coast to some extent starting on Tuesday, June 20 as well as inland locations in many Gulf Coast states. Please listen to your local weather broadcasts for your area and be prepared for coastal flooding, high surf, heavy rain, rip currents, damage to siding and roofs, hail and some tornadoes. Please use the link below for official advisories and updates.
 
 
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“These are not official advisories. 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.”
 
 
Tropical Storm Research Center, Gulf Shores, Alabama
 
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Please review details on Named Storm Bret below this post.

Named Storm Bret – 2017

Tropical Storm Bret formed from a tropical wave near the northern coast of South America.  This storm will maintain it’s intensity for a few days as it moves  to the west northwest. However, there will be some unfavorable conditions that may weaken the storm.  We are watching this storm closely and will update this unofficial advisory as needed.

For additional details on this storm, use the link below.
 
 
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“These are not official advisories. 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.”
 
 
Tropical Storm Research Center, Gulf Shores, Alabama
 
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Atlantic Basin Tropical Storm and Hurricane Season, June 1 to Nov. 30, 2017

Tropical Storm and Hurricane Season – June 01 to November 30.
For our friends and colleagues along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts of the US, this is just a reminder that the start of the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico Tropical Storm and Hurricane Season has officially started. Please make certain that you have gone over storm preparedness with family members and you have a plan. The National Hurricane Center in Miami has projected a higher than average named storm count this season and our own software is in agreement with that possibility. Our own unofficial storm projections and analysis will be in place again this year for our readers, but please review all official NHC directives and local reports as well as our data. Take care and be safe.
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“These are not official advisories. 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.”
Tropical Storm Research Center, Gulf Shores, Alabama
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