Long-Track Hurricane Could Develop Next Week…
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A long-track hurricane could develop next week and approach the Caribbean. Both the American Model and European Model see the potential of development from a strong tropical wave that will come off the coast of Africa. The European Model is aggressive with this and turns the tropical wave into a strong hurricane. It shows a hurricane approaching the Eastern Caribbean late next week and next week. This is over a week away so there is no telling if this will curve and miss the Caribbean or move in. But it has my attention. This is the time of year long-track systems are likely. I fully expect development from this area and we should pay close attention to it. Tropical Storm Idalia continues to spread rain across North Carolina and Virginia. Idalia could bring tropical storm conditions to Bermuda Sunday and Monday. Meanwhile, Hurricane Franklin will stay south of Canada, and Tropical Storm Jose will safely stay out to see, in the video published on Aug 31, 2023, by Mr. Weatherman, as “Long-Track Hurricane could develop Next Week…“, below:
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