Belize Tropical Weather Outlook: November 24, 2014
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Belize NMS Forecast
6:00 AM in Belize, November 24, 2014
Tropical cyclone formation is not expected in the North Atlantic, the Caribbean Sea or the Gulf of Mexico during the next 48 hours.
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USA National Weather Service Forecast
6:00 am EST on November 24, 2014
For the North Atlantic...Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico:
Tropical cyclone formation is not expected during the next 5 days.
48 Hour Forecast – Favorable Environmental Conditions For Tropical Development
Infrared Satellite in Belize City
All Quiet Across the Tropical Atlantic Basin
11/23/2014 2:36:05 AM
Environmental factors across the tropical Atlantic Basin will remain hostile for any tropical development this week.
120 Hour Forecast – Favorable Environmental Conditions For Tropical Development
East Coast Storm Likely To Lead To Travel Disruptions On Tuesday & Wednesday
Rob Lightbown of Crown Weather Services
Monday, November 24, 2014 8:15 am
It is looking likely that we will see the development of a low pressure system over the eastern Gulf of Mexico during Tuesday with this low pressure system forecast to track northeastward along the US East coast from Tuesday night through Wednesday night. This low pressure system is ultimately forecast to move into the Canadian Maritimes on Thursday.
Given this is a very busy holiday travel week, I wanted to give you all a heads-up of what sorts of impacts this storm may have on travel.
During Tuesday, heavy showers and thunderstorms are likely across the northern and central Florida Peninsula as widespread rainfall spreads northward across Georgia and the Carolinas. Anyone traveling to or from the Carolinas, Georgia and Florida should be aware that slow going on area roads are likely and some flight delays are possible.
Significant amounts of precipitation will set up on Wednesday from the Mid-Atlantic states northward through eastern and southern New York state and across much of New England. Along the immediate coast, including Washington, DC, Philadelphia, New York City, Providence and Boston, the precipitation is expected to be a slushy rain-snow mix. A little further inland across inland parts of central and eastern Pennsylvania, central, eastern and southern New York, central and western Massachusetts, southern Vermont, much of New Hampshire and across much of Maine, snow looks to be the main precipitation type on Wednesday with snow accumulations of up to 4 to 8 inches likely and isolated amounts of 10 to 12 inches of snow possible across interior parts of New England.
This storm is likely to cause travel delays across a large part of the East Coast during Wednesday, especially from the Mid-Atlantic states northward through the northeastern United States. If you are planning to drive to or from a destination in the Mid-Atlantic or northeastern United States on Wednesday, it may be best to leave one day earlier than planned (leave on Tuesday instead). Those of you with flights into or out of any of the airports in the northeastern United States or Mid-Atlantic states, expect flight delays and even possible flight cancellations. Finally, any flight delays/cancellations in the northeastern or Mid-Atlantic states may have ramifications for other flights across the country; so, you may want to check with your airline before you leave for the airport to see if your flight will be delayed.
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4:22 PM GMT on November 05, 2014
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Tropical Atlantic Wide Visible Satellite Image