Tropical Depression Nineteen Slowly Organizing Near Southern Florida This Morning

Hello everyone! This is your morning briefing on Tropical Depression Nineteen which is the system in the Atlantic most likely to bring significant direct impacts to the US over the next several days. Of course there are several other systems worth watching (Paulette if you’re in Bermuda, 95L if you’re in the NE Antilles) butContinue reading “Tropical Depression Nineteen Slowly Organizing Near Southern Florida This Morning”

Tropical Depression Nineteen Forms East Of Florida, Likely To Approach Hurricane Strength Before Landfall On The Northern Gulf Coast Next Week

Hello everyone! It’s an extremely busy day in the tropics as we have six systems to watch from the Gulf of Mexico to the shores of western Africa. Each of these systems can be seen on this satellite image of the Atlantic a little earlier this afternoon. In order from west to east: the troughContinue reading “Tropical Depression Nineteen Forms East Of Florida, Likely To Approach Hurricane Strength Before Landfall On The Northern Gulf Coast Next Week”

Watching Paulette, Rene, and Four Disturbances in the Atlantic

Hello everyone! Today, September 10th, marks the official climatological peak of hurricane season, though activity doesn’t usually start subsiding until later in October. Given the time of year and all the conditions both seasonal and subseasonal that are favorable for enhanced tropical cyclone activity, it’s no surprise we have so much to keep an eyeContinue reading “Watching Paulette, Rene, and Four Disturbances in the Atlantic”

An Introduction to Sillinweather.com

Hello everyone! This week has been full of exciting new developments for me as I move into the next chapter of life as a weather forecaster and aspiring meteorologist. After moving on from a very fulfilling several years at weather.us/weathermodels.com, I’m now working on a few different projects to keep folks informed as hurricane seasonContinue reading “An Introduction to Sillinweather.com”