Saharan dust moving out, tropics quiet for now


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June 19

No dust, no potential tropical development over the next 5 days.

There’s a couple storms in the Eastern Pacific, but they will not make any impact to land.

June 18

A nice quiet tropical weather report for you today. The Saharan Dust has mostly cleared the area, and there are no areas of potential development in the Atlantic to worry about.

We do have two named storms in the Pacific, but neither will have any impact on land.

June 17

The Saharan dust cloud will continue to thin out on Friday.

Meanwhile, there is a little disturbance over Central America with a low chance of development, but all of its moisture will likely stay south of Texas.

June 16

A large plume of Saharan dust will impact southeast Texas Thursday and Friday. The dust cloud will thin out by the weekend.

The National Hurricane Center is monitoring an area of low pressure over the southwestern Caribbean Sea for potential tropical development. Some slow development of this system is possible. Formation odds at 20 percent during the next 5 days.

June 15

Another large plume of Saharan dust will impact southeast Texas Wednesday through Friday. The dust cloud will thin out by the weekend.

The National Hurricane Center is monitoring an area of low pressure over the southwestern Caribbean Sea for potential tropical development. Some slow development of this system is possible. Formation odds at 30 percent during the next 5 days.

June 14

Another large plume of Saharan dust will impact southeast Texas this week. A higher concentration of Saharan dust arrives on Wednesday. The dust cloud will thin out by the weekend.

The National Hurricane Center is monitoring an area of low pressure off the southwestern Caribbean Sea for potential tropical development. Some slow development of this system is possible. Formation odds at 40 percent during the next 5 days.

June 13

A couple of large plumes of Saharan dust will impact southeast Texas this week. The first plume arrives Tuesday and another thick clouds arrives Thursday. The dust cloud will thin out by the weekend.

The National Hurricane Center is monitoring an area of low pressure off the southwestern Caribbean Sea for potential tropical development. Some slow development of this system is possible. Formation odds at 30 percent during the next 5 days.

A storm in the Eastern Pacific is up to an 90% chance of development over the next 5 days, but it is not expected to have any impact on the Gulf or our weather.

June 12

Still tracking a plume of Saharan dust moving this way. We’ll see lower concentrations of dust arriving Sunday, with the thickest of the dust coming Tues-Fri of next week.

A storm in the Eastern Pacific is up to an 90% chance of development over the next 5 days, but it is not expected to have any impact on the Gulf or our weather.

June 11

The main story in the Atlantic is a large plume of Saharan Dust that is inhibiting any storm development. That dust is great for limiting storms, but it can be an issue for those with allergies/asthma as it moves in to Texas. We’ll see lower concentrations of dust arriving Sunday, with the thickest of the dust coming Tues-Thurs of next week.

A storm in the Eastern Pacific is up to an 80% chance of development over the next 5 days, but it is not expected to have any impact on the Gulf or our weather.

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