2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season Birdseye Discussion #1A (Special Update)

By: NCHurricane2009, 12:47 PM GMT on January 16, 2016

...SATURDAY JANUARY 16 2015 7:47 AM EDT...
As expected...Hurricane Alex has transitioned to a non-tropical remnant gale. It is currently producing severe weather and rough seas in the far north Atlantic and will affect southern Greenland today as well.

It is quiet elsewhere in the Atlantic tropics. Will resume daily blog updates when the threat of tropical activity returns to the Atlantic basin.

2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season Birdseye Discussion #1

By: NCHurricane2009, 6:22 AM GMT on January 15, 2016

...FRIDAY JANUARY 15 2015 1:20 AM EDT...
Unusual January Hurricane Alex continues accelerating northward toward the Azores Islands in the northeastern Atlantic...expect tropical storm and hurricane conditions to strike within the next 6 to 12 hours. See special feature section below for additional details on Alex. Visit www.nhc.noaa.gov for up to the minute latest information on Alex including information on watches and warnings in effect for the Azores.
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2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season Birdseye Discussion #0A (Special Update)

By: NCHurricane2009, 11:35 PM GMT on January 14, 2016

...THURSDAY JANUARY 14 2016 7:35 PM EDT...
Unusual January hurricane forms in the northeastern Atlantic...heading northwards towards the Azores...preparations in the Azores should be rushed to completion by tonight as tropical storm conditions are imminent over the next 24 hours and hurricane conditions near the storm center will be possible!

Hurricane Alex has taken me by surprise as I had not been monitoring the Atlantic tropics considering its the...

Updated: 12:53 PM GMT on January 16, 2016

2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season Birdseye Discussion #142A (Special Update)

By: NCHurricane2009, 4:28 AM GMT on November 30, 2015

...SUNDAY NOVEMBER 29 2015 11:30 PM EDT...
The large upper vortex in the western Atlantic remains centered over eastern Cuba. Divergence on the east side of the upper vortex is supporting a long surface trough with showers and thunderstorms over some of the northeastern Caribbean Islands and western Atlantic. There continue to be no signs of a subtropical or tropical system consolidating in this large weather system. And with the official end of the Atlantic Hu...

2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season Birdseye Discussion #142

By: NCHurricane2009, 3:08 AM GMT on November 29, 2015

...SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28 2015 10:15 PM EDT...
The large upper vortex in the western Atlantic is currently centered over eastern Cuba as marked by the blue L in the atmospheric features chart below. Divergence on the east side of the upper vortex is supporting a long surface trough with showers and thunderstorms over the eastern Caribbean...parts of the northeastern Caribbean Islands...and western Atlantic. There are no signs of a subtropical or tropical system c...

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