Meanwhile, the rest of the tropics showing signs of life
As <a href="https://www.news4jax.com/weather/2021/08/29/winds-from-cat-4-hurricane-begin-lashing-louisiana-coast/" target="_blank">Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana</a> on Sunday as a Category 4 storm, the National Hurricane Center was also monitoring other systems in the tropics.
Kanye West Brings Out a Homophobe and an Accused Rapist at DONDA Chicago Show
Apple MusicOn Thursday night, MAGA maestro Kanye West threw caution and morality to the wind during his DONDA “listening party” at Chicago’s Soldier Field. In addition to erecting a replica of his childhood home—it is a hometown show, after all, and the album is named after his late mother Donda West—West, masked and dressed in all black, decided to bring out Marilyn Manson and DaBaby during the performance art piece. The three posed together on the stoop of the home, underneath a giant cross, anews.yahoo.com
Florida (Jacksonville) sees dusty days from Africa
The tropical trade winds blow from east to west throughout the year, but in the northern hemisphere they’re pronounced during the summer months. As winter low pressures from colder places near the poles fade away and stay well away from the equator, large high pressures develop.
Henri strengthens into a hurricane as it aims for the East Coast, heavy rain and flooding forecast
Henri, which is expected to slam New England starting late Saturday, strengthened from a tropical storm into a Category 1 hurricane. It could be the first hurricane to hit the region in 30 years.news.yahoo.com
Fred about to get company
The National Hurricane Center is also monitoring another area of low pressure. Designated 95L, this is located around 14°N 47°W or about 1000 miles east of the Leeward Islands (pretty far out in the Atlantic). It is also racing westward at nearly 20 mph. This fast motion is most likely keeping the National Hurricane Center on “pause” mode from classifying this as the next potential tropical cyclone.
Back to school (for many) as summer heat, humidity and pm storms roll on
The Weather Authority team will be focusing on the developing tropical storm Fred just southwest of Puerto Rico. See the articles in the Weather News and Hurricane section of <a href="http://news4jax.com/" target="_blank">News4jax.com</a>
Summer heat and storms as kids return to school, Richard is tracking the tropics
Summer heat continues with a few showers and storms developing along the active sea breeze. Hurricane recon did not find enough for the neame change, so the forecast for Potential Tropical Cyclone Six remains the same...for now.
Back to school (for some) as summer heat, humidity and pm storms roll on
Where our eyes will be focused on increased road traffic as schools are back in session for a number of local counties, the Weather Authority team will be focusing on the developing tropical system entering into the Caribbean Sea. See the articles in the Weather News and Hurricane section of <a href="http://News4jax.com" target="_blank">News4jax.com</a>
Atlantic hurricane season shows no signs of slowing
We’re two months into the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season and atmospheric and oceanic conditions remain conducive for an above-average hurricane season, according to the annual mid-season update issued by NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, a division of the National Weather Service.
What to expect: Tropical forecast for your neighborhood
Tropical Storm Elsa remains on a projected path just off Florida’s Gulf Coast with possible landfall early Wednesday in the Big Bend region. This potentially puts us on the powerful, “dirty” side of the storm with a greater chance of severe weather.
What’s a hurricane tip you wish you had learned sooner?
Whether you’ve experienced a bad storm yourself, or maybe it was your friends or relatives who had to survive the ordeal, it’s better to ask these questions before we’re in the midst of a disaster: Have you ever received advice about how to prepare for a hurricane that really stuck with you?
Weakening Hurricane Arthur makes way up East Coast
Weakening Hurricane Arthur makes way up East Coast The first hurricane ever recorded striking the U.S. on the Fourth of July is bearing down on the coast of Massachusetts. In Boston, WBZ-TV’s chief meteorologist Eric Fisher explains what to expect as the hurricane moves up the East Coast.cbsnews.com
Hurricane Arthur intensifies as it nears North Carolina coast
Hurricane Arthur intensifies as it nears North Carolina coast The season’s first hurricane is likely to bring heavy rain, strong winds and high surf to the East Coast. WBZ-TV's chief meteorologist Eric Fisher explains what to expect as Hurricane Arthur makes landfall.cbsnews.com