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Meteorologist Charles Roop has an update on Hurricane Isaias as the hurricane struggles. The bulk of the convection was located to the south of the center of circulation, but the storm appeared somewhat healthy on infrared satellite imagery with symmetrical outflow banding. Hurricane warnings have been issued for the Cuba province of Pinar del Rio, Tulum to Rio Lagartos, Mexico and Cozumel. Wildlife officials say Hurricane Matthew destroyed some 800 sea turtle nests in northern Palm Beach County as it skirted up Florida's Atlantic coastline. The WCTV Pinpoint Weather Team will continue to monitor Laura over the next several days. Tomorrow we’ll wake up to a mix of sun and clouds with temperatures in the 60s and 70s. Also, water temperatures in the northern Gulf of Mexico are at or below average and the ocean heat content isn’t high compared to the Caribbean Sea. The cone of uncertainty ranges from the Texas and Louisiana border eastward to near Destin, Fla. It’s worth noting that there is a 33.3% chance of the track falling outside of the cone, and the impacts can be felt away from the center of the storm. Forecasters say Hurricane Nicole has strengthened into a Category 3 storm with winds of 115 mph. A ridge of high pressure that was north of the system Thursday morning is expected to build westward during the next few days. Laura is expected to reach the northern Gulf of Mexico by the middle of the week as a category one Hurricane. September is the peak of the Atlantic hurricane season. Laura’s center of circulation was located 50 miles south of San Juan according to the 8 a.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center. The cooler-than-normal water temperatures in the northern Gulf of Mexico as well as wind shear will likely be limiting factors for intensity. Hurricane Delta aims for the Louisiana coast, The hurricane is forecast to regain some strength before landfall, Rob's Monday Morning Forecast: Oct. 26, 2020, Rob's Friday Morning Forecast: Oct. 23, 2020, 33.3% chance of the track falling outside of the cone. The storm is expected to move over or near Cuba and emerge into the Gulf of Mexico Monday. As of 11 a.m., Laura was 65 miles ESE of Cayo Largo with sustained winds of 60 mph. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) - Hurricane Delta made landfall in the Yucatan Peninsula Wednesday morning, bringing strong winds and heavy rain to the region. The depression appeared elongated and disorganized on satellite imagery Thursday afternoon. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) - Meteorologist Rob Nucatola gives you the forecast for Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. The center of Delta was around 160 miles south-southwest of Jamaica and was moving west at 8 mph. Laura is then forecast to move over the central and northwestern Gulf of Mexico Tuesday night and Wednesday. pic.twitter.com/4M3dfpPUyb. Once it emerges into the Gulf of Mexico, there is a chance it could reach hurricane strength. Atmospheric conditions may improve as it moves into the Gulf of Mexico late Monday into Tuesday, but it will have to deal with the topography of the Greater Antilles during the weekend. It is forecast to make landfall sometime Wednesday or early Thursday as a hurricane. Tropical Storm Bret becomes the second named storm of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season. Officials say U.S. military assets are heading to Haiti to provide assistance after Hurricane Matthew killed hundreds of people in the impoverished country. Laura is moving to the WNW at 20 mph. Once it emerges over the Gulf Monday night into Tuesday, depending on its status, it could become a hurricane before making landfall on the central Gulf Coast Tuesday. Convection appears to be healthy with decent outflow banding on its northern side based on infrared satellite imagery Thursday morning. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) - Delta remained a dangerous hurricane as it aims for the Yucatan Peninsula as a Category 4 Tuesday evening. pic.twitter.com/vRgY92CT4U. The forecast is subject to change, but it’s better news for the Big Bend and South Georgia. All rights reserved. Meteorologist Rob Nucatola gives you the forecast for Friday, Oct. 23, 2020. The tropical storm appeared elongated on infrared satellite imagery Friday morning, but convection persisted. Authorities in Florida say a parks and recreation department worker was shocked and burned when he touched a power line while cutting trees while cleaning up after Hurricane Matthew. “The possibilities range from the system degenerating to an open wave as seen in the GFS and ECMWF, to a major hurricane as seen in the HWRF,” according to the 5 a.m. discussion from the National Hurricane Center. This story was updated to reflect the information from the 11 a.m. and special 11:20 a.m. advisories from the National Hurricane Center. Maximum sustained winds increased to 75 mph with a minimum central pressure of 980 millibars, according to the 8 p.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center. Those along the Gulf Coast need to closely monitor the progress of Delta over the next several days. NOAA Hurricane Hunters flew from Central Florida to the center of Delta Monday afternoon and found a strengthening storm. Surface observations are scarce in that region; therefore, it was hard to determine if barometric pressure was falling near the wave (a sign of strengthening). The cone of uncertainty has shifted more westward with the 5 p.m. Friday update. Hurricane Headquarters. The storm was centered 35 miles west of Cancun, Mexico, according to the 8 a.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center. But there could be a chance of higher rip currents and surf in some area beaches over the next several days. Sunday looks to be a better day, but rain chances will likely make a comeback during the new work week. In the Big Bend and South Georgia, impacts will be very minimal as the storm is expected to stay far enough to the west. Hurricane-force winds extend out to 25 miles from the center of circulation while tropical-storm-force winds extend up to 90 miles according to the full 11 a.m. advisory. Florence and two other areas are being closely watched. It is predicted to get close to or north of the Greater Antilles through Monday. On the forecast track, the center of Laura will move over the Caribbean Sea just offshore the southern coast of Cuba today, and move into the southeastern Gulf of Mexico by early Tuesday morning. It’s strength will depend on whether the storm travels over the larger and mountainous islands. The official forecast has the storm pushing into the western Gulf of Mexico before turning northward Thursday and making landfall along the central Gulf Coast as early as Friday with winds slightly lower (but still a hurricane). Tropical Storm Gamma is forecasted to be in the Gulf at the same time as Twenty Six. Here's the entire Hurricane Preparedness 2016 special - just in case you missed it. It will then get on the southwestern side of the ridge and begin to turn northward. With the Saturday morning forecast, impacts on the viewing area will be very low with the exception of higher surf and a rip current risks at the beaches. The storm is expected to move northwestward through Wednesday or Thursday, moving into the Gulf of Mexico Wednesday. The sand on Florida's beaches is the equivalent of tourism gold, and its disappearance over time threatens the state's No. The National Hurricane Center used satellite data to verify that Twenty Six has a well-defined center, which prompted the decision to upgrade the system to a tropical depression. From there, an opportunity exists for intensification of Laura thanks to warm sea surface temperatures (how warm depends on Tropical Storm Marco in the eastern Gulf) and low shear. By then, it will begin to feel the impacts of wind shear and cooler water temperatures. A strengthening Tropical Storm Zeta is expected to become a hurricane Monday as it heads toward the eastern end of Mexico’s resort-dotted Yucatan Peninsula. Overnight, Laura weakened slightly due to dry air and wind shear, however, the storm could strengthen as it moves over warm waters on Monday. The official forecast cone of uncertainty has shifted slightly west since the 8 a.m. Tuesday advisory. The Pinpoint Weather Hurricane Guide has details on what needs to be done before a storm impacts one’s home. Copyright 2020 WCTV. The minimum central pressure was at 983 millibars. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) - A tropical wave southeast of Jamaica is being watched for the potential of further development as it’s expected to enter the Gulf of Mexico during the new work week. The minimum central pressure was at 956 millibars. Maximum sustained winds were at 85 mph as of the 5 p.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center. The official forecast has the storm moving through or near the Florida Straits and into the Gulf of Mexico Monday into Tuesday. It’s too early to get specific with details on impacts for the Big Bend and South Georgia as of this post Monday morning. Ensemble members of the American GFS and European models are in decent agreement with a general northwesterly trek into the Gulf of Mexico, then moving northward. Tropical storm watches were extended into Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. However, Monday Laura is forecasted to move into the central Gulf of Mexico and strengthen into a category one hurricane thanks to warm waters. Tropical storm conditions are expected in the Cayman Islands late on Monday. A northwesterly trek is forecast to turn more northward Thursday into Friday as it gets caught in a mid-level trough and moves on the western side of a ridge of high pressure to the east. The tropical wave with an accompanying area of low pressure at the surface was showing signs of organization Sunday morning, according to an update from the National Hurricane Center. As of 11 p.m. Sunday, Twenty-six was 75 miles south-southwest of Kingston Jamaica with sustained winds of thirty-five mph. Delta is forecast to become a major hurricane as it enters the Gulf of Mexico mid week. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) - A tropical depression intensified into Tropical Storm Delta Monday morning, posing a threat to the U.S. Gulf Coast. At 8 a.m. Monday, Laura was about 125 miles east southeast of Cayo Largo. Laura is forecast to move into the Gulf of Mexico, where warm waters will likely help Laura strengthen into a category one hurricane. Laura’s track takes the storm to the northwest around a high-pressure system expected to build into the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Maximum sustained winds were 50 mph with a minimum central pressure of 1004 millibars.

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