Day/Date: Sunday, September 16, 2012 - Time: 7 AM CDT
ATLANTIC BASIN ACTIVITY:
Atlantic Basin Enhanced Infrared Satellite Image
Atlantic Basin Activity Map
Cat. '1' Hurricane 'Nadine'
GEOS Enhanced Infrared 'Rainbow' Image
Hurricane Wind Speed Probabilities - Next 120 Hours
50-Knot Tropical Storm Wind Speed Probabilities - Next 120 Hours
Tropical Storm Wind Speed Probabilities - Next 120 Hours
Coastal Watches/Warnings And 3-Day Track Forecast Cone - Next 72 Hours
Surface Wind Field Area
Cumulative Wind History
Category '1' hurricane 'Nadine' will continue on an Eastward track across the Central Atlantic Basin and could affect the Azores islands later this week. Unfavorable upper-level Westerly wind shear should continue to keep H1 'Nadine' from strengthening.
Stay tuned here for info on any new Atlantic Basin weather activity.
Please don't forget that when these tropical systems form - whether they remain a tropical depression or develop into a named tropical storm or Category ‘1’ through ‘5’ hurricane, each of these systems will ALWAYS BE A RAIN EVENT! When the term ‘hurricane’ is written or spoken, it’s human nature to think only of the wind speeds they contain but don’t overlook the fact that there is always torrential rainfall associated with any type of tropical system!
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