6/1/22 Hurricane Season Starts with Watching the Gulf

Currently a band of showers and thunderstorms have setup over north Broward. This is a sample of what is to come in the Friday afternoon to Sunday morning time frame.

The National Hurricane Center is monitoring some of the remnants of Hurricane Agetha that came ashore Mexico earlier this week. Currently the area in red has an 80% chance of becoming a tropical system. If it gets a name, it will be Alex.

June 1, 8pm Tropical Weather Outlook
Satellite image at 1025pm EDT.

The future of the system path is fairly certain to come towards Florida then into the Bahama. This will likely produce three to five inches of rain in most areas with locally heavier amounts.

The latest guidance suggest that the further south the system goes the faster the rain will move in and depart. A track closer to the Naples area will produce more rain. Air Force recon will investigate the area starting tomorrow, giving models more data and more reliable output. The 8pm models are below.

June 1, 8pm. Model runs.

Tomorrow should give us more clarity on what to expect this Friday and into the weekend. Please stop by then.

Author: Howard

Love talking about the weather, technology, and family (and not in that order).

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