Harvey East Coast Noreaster New Tropical Storm Possible East Atlantic
Harvey East Coast Noreaster
New Tropical Storm Possible East Atlantic
We will start this morning with low pressure off the North Carolina coast that continues to move northeast. A defined center has developed but it remains elongated and we still do not have much weather going on near the center as most of the rains and wind are to the northeast in typical noreaster fashion. This is running out of time to become a tropical cyclone but it wlll become a non tropical strong gale center as it goes out to the east northeast. Weather models were a tad further north overnight so the idea of being brushed by some rain with breezy conditions along the coast continues. Gales will be blowing mostly offshore. For our area it is a gloom day of lots of clouds, an ocean wind, some rain mainly from Rt 78 to NYC to Long Island southward and temperatures not out of the 60s.
Harvey continues to hammer Southeast Texas & Southwest Louisiana with torrential rain. On the latest loop convection developed closer to the center in the northern semicircle. There could be some strengthening going on but regardless it will be another day of mind blowing rain as the water just continues to pile on. Harvey is moving to the east this morning and is now centered about 100 miles south of Port Arthur Texas. It may sit out there for another day or so before moving inland later Wednesday. We could see some of the remnant rains here Saturday night into part of Sunday. We will have more on this later today.
Latest radar shows heavy rains rotating back westward with more torrential downpours in and around Galveston. Heavy rain is arcing back westward toward Houston again. Southwest Louisiana is getting hammered as well.
Finally we have a new tropical wave south of the Cabo Verde Island which has become better organized overnight and all the global models develop this into a tropical depression or tropical storm in the next 3 to 5 days as it tracks toward the west. Longer range models all have this as a hurricane in the Atlantic so I imagine it will get some attention going forward but lets see if it develops first.
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