Talking the Tropics With Mike: Tropical moisture streaming into the Southeast U.S.

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Talking the Tropics With Mike: Tropical moisture streaming into the Southeast U.S.

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The tropical disturbance near the Gulf, continues to move slowly east & northeast while weakening & becoming absorbed by an upper level trough.  There will be no tropical development but heavy rain will continue along the Eastern Gulf Coast & much of the Appalachians to the east coast.

Otherwise, there are no areas of immediate concern for tropical development across the Atlantic Basin.

2019 names..... "Andrea" was briefly upgraded in May.  Next on the list: "Barry" (names are picked at random... repeat every 6 years... historic storms are retired (Florence & Michael last year):

Seasonal forecasts from NOAA & Phil Klotzbach, Colorado State University (updated June 4 - parenthesis indicates previous forecast):

Graph below courtesy Dr. Phil Klotzbach - U.S. - landfalling U.S. hurricnes by month strongly favoring August, September & October:

Atlantic Basin:

East Atlantic:

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Mid & upper level wind shear (enemy of tropical cyclones) analysis (CIMMS). The red lines indicate strong shear of which there is plenty across the Atlantic at the moment:

The Atlantic Basin.....

Water vapor imagery (dark blue indicates dry air):

Deep oceanic heat content:

Sea surface temp. anomalies show some "cool" water over the Caribbean & the deep tropical development region of the Atlantic..... for now:

SE U.S. surface map:

Surface analysis centered on the tropical Atlantic:

Surface analysis of the Gulf:

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Caribbean:

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