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Tropical Storm Gamma #545247
10/01/20 08:24 AM
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Crown Weather:

The tropical disturbance now located over the west-central Caribbean seems to be a little more organized today as compared to yesterday. The latest satellite imagery indicates a little more of a concentrated area of thunderstorm activity located to the east of Honduras and Nicaragua. Analysis reveals that any low or mid-level circulation with this disturbance seems to be strung out and stretches from near the north coast of Panama northward to just west of Jamaica. Because of this, it appears that development is likely to be slow to occur.

Even with that said, it is expected that this tropical disturbance will move into the northwestern Caribbean by Friday where the environmental conditions are expected to be favorable for development due to low wind shear values and high moisture values. I think that it is quite likely that this disturbance will probably become a tropical depression and very possibly a tropical storm very near the east and northeast coast of the Yucatan Peninsula by later Friday into Saturday.

Looking At The Model Guidance – The GFS model forecasts development of a tropical depression very near the northeastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula during Saturday. The GFS model then forecasts this system to hang around the southern Gulf of Mexico through the rest of this weekend into early next week before it forecasts a high pressure ridge to the north to push it to west and southwest towards southern Mexico by the middle part of next week where it dissipates.

The Canadian model forecasts very brief development over the next couple of days near the Yucatan Channel before it weakens. From there, the Canadian model forecasts that the moisture from this system heads northeastward and the remnant circulation is absorbed into the tropical disturbance that is currently located near the Lesser Antilles once it reaches the western Caribbean.

The UKMET model forecasts no development at all in the Caribbean or the Gulf of Mexico over the next week.

The European model forecasts very brief tropical development near the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula on Saturday before land interaction leads to dissipation.

The GFS ensemble model continues to show a pretty strong signal for tropical development around the Yucatan Channel on Saturday. From there, a majority of the ensemble models suggest a gradual westward motion over the southern Gulf of Mexico late this weekend into early next week with a path towards southern Mexico.

The European ensemble model guidance forecasts a 70 percent chance for tropical development of this first tropical disturbance this weekend very near the eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula.

Here Are My Thoughts: As of right now, I think that there is about a 75 percent chance for this disturbance to become a tropical depression over the northwestern Caribbean very near the coast of the eastern and northeastern Yucatan Peninsula between Friday morning and Saturday morning.

For Those Of You In The Yucatan Peninsula, Belize & Western Cuba – Be aware that some very squally weather will overspread the region beginning tonight and continuing through Friday and this weekend. There is the possibility for tropical storm conditions around the eastern and northeastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula from Saturday through Sunday.

Beyond This – I think that it is beginning to look increasingly more likely that the trough of low pressure now over the eastern United States will probably lift out enough so that it leaves this system behind. This means that it will probably be pushed to the west and southwest into the Bay of Campeche and southern Mexico where it will dissipate during the first half of next week.

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Last edited by Marty; 10/02/20 10:56 PM. Reason: TD 25 becomes Tropical Storm Gamma
Re: Tropical Storm Gamma [Re: Marty] #545259
10/01/20 02:26 PM
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Its breaking up a bit...

It is now causing other areas just off the Belize coast and its winds are causing swellups and possibly rain in several parts of Belize. More might come in over night, or tomorrow. Tomorrow, Friday, may be a rainy day.

A well-defined tropical wave located over the western Caribbean Sea is producing a large area of disorganized showers and thunderstorms. Conditions are expected to be conducive for a tropical depression to form by early next week, but only if the system moves and remains over the waters of the northwestern Caribbean Sea or southern Gulf of Mexico. Development will become less likely if the system moves over the Yucatan Peninsula or northern Central America. Regardless of development, this system is expected to produce locally heavy rains, with possible flash flooding, over portions of southeastern Mexico, Central America, and western Cuba during the next several days, and interests in those areas should monitor the progress of the disturbance.
* Formation chance through 48 hours...medium...40 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days...high...70 percent.

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Re: Tropical Storm Gamma [Re: Marty] #545265
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Satellite imagery indicates that shower activity associated with the broad low pressure are over the northwestern Caribbean Sea is becoming better organized. Environmental conditions are expected to be conducive for a tropical depression or a tropical storm to form later today or Saturday if the system remains over the waters of the northwestern Caribbean Sea or southern Gulf of Mexico. Interests in the Yucatan Peninsula and northern Central America should monitor the progress of this system as it moves generally northwestward, as tropical storm watches or warning may be required for portions of these areas later today or tonight. Regardless of development, this system is expected to produce heavy rains, with possible flash flooding, over portions of southeastern Mexico, Central America, and western Cuba during the next several days. An Air Force Reserve reconnaissance aircraft is scheduled to investigate the system this afternoon, if necessary.
* Formation chance through 48 hours...high...80 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days...high...80 percent.

Another tropical wave moving across the eastern Caribbean Sea is producing a large area of disorganized showers and thunderstorms, accompanied by locally rainfall and gusty winds. This wave is forecast to move westward at 15 to 20 mph during the next several days, and environmental conditions could become a little more conducive for development when the system is over the central or western Caribbean Sea early next week.
* Formation chance through 48 hours...low...near 0 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days...low...30 percent.

The National Meteorological Service of Belize continues to closely monitor a vigorous tropical wave located over the western Caribbean Sea. This wave is moving westward at around 10-15 mph and there is a medium chance that this system could strengthen into a tropical depression before reaching the Yucatan Peninsula. The forecast from a few of the models suggest that the center of this system will move west-northwestward and approach northern Belize on Friday then move northwest to north-northwest towards northern Yucatan late Friday into Saturday. Regardless of development, this system will likely produce heavy rainfall of up to 4-6 inches with isolated higher amounts over Belize. This could lead to flooding over low-lying flood-prone areas as well as flash flooding and landslides over the mountainous regions of the country. The National Meteorological Service will continue to monitor this system closely and update you accordingly.

Low pressure in the northwest Caribbean is becoming better organized this morning. The low is centered near 17N84W, and has an estimated pressure of 1006 mb. Strong, rotating convection is building near the center of the low, and a large band is observed within 180 nm to the northeast of the center. The low pressure developed along a tropical wave, currently moving into Central America. Environmental conditions are favorable enough to support a high chance for the low pressure to develop into a tropical depression or a tropical storm today or Saturday as it moves slowly to the northwest into the northeastern Yucatan peninsula. The low may emerge into the south central Gulf of Mexico by Sunday, then shift westward through early next week. Regardless of development, the slow moving low pressure will likely bring heavy rains, with possible flash flooding, to portions of southeastern Mexico, Central America, and western Cuba during the next several days. Seas will build over the far northwestern Caribbean and Yucatan Channel through Saturday night, and in the south- central Gulf through early next week.

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Re: Tropical Storm Gamma [Re: Marty] #545271
10/02/20 10:05 AM
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Tropical Depression #25 Has Formed Over The Northwestern Caribbean

US National Hurricane Center:

..TROPICAL DEPRESSION 25 FORMS OVER THE NORTHWEST CARIBBEAN... ...WARNINGS AND WATCHES ISSUED FOR A PORTION OF THE YUCATAN PENINSULA...

At 1100 AM EDT (1500 UTC), the center of Tropical Depression Twenty-Five was located near latitude 18.1 North, longitude 84.7 West. The depression is moving toward the northwest near 9 mph (15 km/h), and a gradual turn toward the north-northwest with a decrease in forward speed is expected over the next couple of days. On the forecast track, the center of the tropical cyclone should be near the northeastern Yucatan Peninsula on Saturday.

The depression is expected to produce rainfall of 4 to 8 inches with isolated maximum amounts of 12 inches in portions of the Yucatan Peninsula and far western Cuba. A separate area of significant rain is expected to develop well away from the center in the Mexican states of Campeche, Tabasco, and northern Chiapas, with rainfall of 8 to 12 inches and isolated maximum amounts of 20 inches. This rainfall may produce life-threatening flash floods and mudslides.

Visible satellite images show that cloudiness and showers associated with the low pressure area over the northwestern Caribbean Sea have become significantly better organized since yesterday, with convective banding features becoming prominent. Moreover, low cloud motions suggest that a closed circulation has become better defined. Therefore, advisories are being initiated on Tropical Depression Twenty-Five at this time. The initial intensity estimate is 30 kt based on Dvorak T-numbers, but an Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft is scheduled to investigate the system later today to provide a better intensity estimate. Sea surface temperatures are very warm, near 30 deg C, and vertical shear should remain low for at least the next couple of days, so the cyclone is likely to become a tropical storm by the time it nears the Yucatan Peninsula tomorrow. The main impediment to strengthening over the next few days should be the interaction with land. Given the uncertainties about how far offshore the center will be over the next several days, the official intensity forecast is conservative.

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National Meteorological Service of Belize

At 9:00 am, Tropical Depression Twenty-Five was centered near latitude 18.1N, longitude 84.7W, or about 220 miles SE of Cozumel, Mexico. TD 25 was moving to the NW at 9mph with maximum sustained winds of 35mph. - Outer bands from this system could produce heavy rainfall over Belize, with the possibility of flooding, especially over low-lying and flood prone areas. Gusty winds are also likely near heavy showers and thunderstorms. - The National Meteorological Service of Belize continues to monitor the progress of this system as it moves northwestward.

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1. Satellite imagery indicates that shower activity associated with the broad low pressure area over the northwestern Caribbean Sea continues to become better organized. Environmental conditions are expected to be conducive for a tropical depression or a tropical storm to form later today or on Saturday if the system remains over the waters of the northwestern Caribbean Sea or the southern Gulf of Mexico. Interests in the Yucatan Peninsula and northern Central America should monitor the progress of this system while it moves generally northwestward, as tropical storm watches or warnings may be required for portions of these areas later today or tonight. Regardless of development, this system is expected to produce heavy rains, with possible flash flooding, over portions of southeastern Mexico, Central America, and western Cuba during the next several days. An Air Force Reserve reconnaissance aircraft is scheduled to investigate the system this afternoon, if necessary.
* Formation chance through 48 hours...high...90 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days...high...90 percent.

2. A tropical wave over the eastern Caribbean Sea is producing a large area of disorganized showers and thunderstorms, accompanied by locally heavy rainfall and gusty winds. This wave is forecast to move westward at 15 to 20 mph during the next several days, and environmental conditions could become a little more conducive for development when the system is over the central or western Caribbean Sea early next week.
* Formation chance through 48 hours...low...near 0 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days...low...30 percent.

Crown Weather:

Invest 91-L Located Over The Northwestern Caribbean (Now Tropical Depression #25): Invest 91-L, which is located over the northwestern Caribbean, continues to become better organized today. Satellite imagery indicates that there is an area of deep convection occurring just north of northeastern Honduras and it is clear that some banding features are becoming evident on satellite imagery.

Satellite estimated wind products indicate that upwards of 40 mph winds are already occurring with Invest 91-L. Reconnaissance aircraft are expected to investigate Invest 91-L this afternoon and I would not be surprised at all to see the flight find this system a tropical storm already. It just has such a strong looking structure & something that would pass as a tropical storm just by looking at it on satellite imagery.

In fact, the National Hurricane Center has upgraded this system to Tropical Depression #25 as of 11 am EDT/10 am CDT.

For Those Of You In The Yucatan Peninsula, Belize, Guatemala & Southern Mexico: Tropical storm conditions are expected to overspread the region as soon as late today and tonight and continue through this weekend. This will include very gusty winds, heavy rainfall with the threat for flash flooding & very rough seas.

Tropical Disturbance Located Over The Eastern Caribbean: The tropical disturbance that is located over the eastern Caribbean continues to be disorganized due to strong westerly wind shear still impacting this system. It still looks likely that development probably will not occur through this weekend due to unfavorable environmental conditions.

By early next week, the environmental conditions may become more favorable for development once this disturbance reaches the northwestern Caribbean. The big question is whether this disturbance or will Tropical Depression #25 become the “main show” in the Gulf of Mexico.

I think, ultimately, that either Tropical Depression #25 will become the main story in the southern Gulf of Mexico later next week or that the disturbance in the eastern Caribbean will become the main show in the southern Gulf of Mexico late next week and next weekend. It is highly unlikely that we would see two significant tropical cyclones from this pattern.

The big question now is which one will it be? At this point, I’m not really sure because it’s going to be a close call between TD #25 becoming entangled in the Yucatan Peninsula and southern Mexico and the disturbance in the eastern Caribbean developing significantly and TD #25 becoming the main system and the disturbance in the eastern Caribbean getting absorbed into the first system.

I will say though that in the end that I do think that we will probably see a formidable tropical system in the southern Gulf of Mexico by about the later part of next week. All-in-all, this entire mess is going to take a while to evolve.

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Re: Tropical Storm Gamma [Re: Marty] #545280
10/02/20 02:19 PM
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This storm is big, very big. . Much more total energy than in the so called hurricane that supposedly landed earlier this year.

The difference is size.. . This is big, very big, but no concentrated centre.. . The other was small, but had a concentrated core.

But still not coming over Belize.

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Re: Tropical Storm Gamma [Re: Marty] #545282
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OK, they have finally admitted that it is a Storm, TROPICAL STORM GAMMA, which I have been saying all day.

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National Meteorological Service:

Tropical Storm Gamma supports moist and unstable conditions across the country.

Winds: W-SW, 10-20 kts, Gusty
Sea State: Light Chop
Waves: 2-4ft.

Cloudy with some showers, thunderstorms and periods of rain mainly along the coast and over the sea tonight, decreasing tomorrow morning, then regenerating across the country tomorrow afternoon.

Small craft caution in effect for gusty winds and rough seas near heavy showers and thunderstorms. A flood watch is in effect for the possibility of flooding over low-lying and flood prone areas across the country.

Outlook for Saturday night is for showers and thunderstorms to decrease, becoming isolated on Sunday.

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US Weather Service:

A few hours ago, the Air Force Hurricane Hunters found maximum winds of around 35 kt in the northeastern quadrant of the cyclone, which was the reason why it was upgraded to Tropical Storm Gamma. Since then, there have been no stronger winds reported so the initial intensity remains 35 kt. The minimum pressure estimated by the aircraft is quite low at 998 mb, so it seems likely that the winds will increase soon. The storm also has better banding features compared to hours ago and deep convection has also been persisting near the center.

Fixes from the aircraft indicate that Gamma has jogged to the left recently, but smoothing through the short-term jog suggests an initial motion of 310/8 kt. The tropical storm is expected to remain on the western periphery of a subtropical high during the next couple of days, and that should cause the storm to move slowly northwestward during that time period. This track should take Gamma across the northern Yucatan Peninsula and perhaps over the extreme south-central Gulf of Mexico this weekend. By early next week, a mid-level ridge is expected to build to the north of the storm while another low pressure area is forecast to develop to the east of Gamma. This change in the steering pattern is expected to cause the storm to make a sharp left turn toward the Bay of Campeche, but continue to move at a fairly slow forward speed. The models have shifted well to the south from 48-120 hours this cycle, and the NHC track forecast has been adjusted in that direction. Despite the shift, most of the reliable models are south of the new official track forecast, and future southward adjustments could be necessary.

Environmental conditions appear generally favorable for additional strengthening until the cyclone reaches the Yucatan Peninsula on Saturday, and the NHC intensity forecast shows a slightly higher landfall intensity there. Once the system moves over the Yucatan Peninsula and the extreme southern Gulf of Mexico, the combination of land interaction, an increase in shear, and drier air should limit the amount of strengthening into next week. At this point, no model shows Gamma becoming a hurricane, and the NHC intensity forecast shows little change in strength for much of the forecast period.

The biggest threat from this large and slow-moving storm is the the potential for heavy rainfall and flooding, particularly near and over mountainous terrain.

At 1000 PM CDT (0300 UTC), the center of Tropical Storm Gamma was located near latitude 19.1 North, longitude 86.1 West. Gamma is moving toward the northwest near 9 mph (15 km/h). A slower northwestward motion is expected during the next couple of days, followed by a turn to the west or west-southwest. On the forecast track, the center of Gamma should be near the northeastern Yucatan Peninsula on Saturday.

Maximum sustained winds are near 40 mph (65 km/h) with higher gusts. Some strengthening is expected before Gamma moves inland over the northeastern Yucatan Peninsula on Saturday. After landfall, slight weakening or little change in strength is expected.

Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 45 miles (75 km) from the center.

The estimated minimum central pressure based on data from the Air Force Hurricane Hunters is 998 mb (29.47 inches).

Gamma is expected to produce rainfall of 4 to 8 inches across portions of the Yucatan Peninsula and far western Cuba, with maximum rainfall amounts as high as 10 to 15 inches possible across the northeastern portion of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. This rainfall may produce life-threatening flash floods.

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Re: Tropical Storm Gamma [Re: Marty] #545294
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At 6:00 am, Tropical Storm Gamma was centered near latitude 19.7N, longitude 87.2W, or about 40 miles SSE of Tulum, Mexico. Gamma was moving to the NW at 9mph with maximum sustained winds of 65mph. Outer bands from this system could produce heavy rainfall over Belize, with the possibility of flooding, especially over low-lying and flood prone areas. Occasional gusty winds are also likely. The National Meteorological Service of Belize continues to monitor the progress of this system as it moves northwestward.

...GAMMA STRENGTHENS SOME MORE AS IT APPROACHES THE EAST COAST OF THE YUCATAN PENINSULA...

At 700 AM CDT (1200 UTC), the center of Tropical Storm Gamma was located near latitude 19.7 North, longitude 87.2 West. Gamma is moving toward the northwest near 9 mph (15 km/h), and this motion should continue at a slower forward speed today. A turn toward the north is expected on Sunday, followed by a turn to the west or west-southwest Sunday night or Monday. On the forecast track, the center of Gamma should move inland over the eastern Yucatan Peninsula later today, and be near the north coast of the Yucatan Peninsula on Sunday.

Reports from an Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft indicate that maximum sustained winds have increased to near 65 mph (100 km/h) with higher gusts. Some slight additional strengthening is possible before Gamma makes landfall on the Yucatan Peninsula today. After landfall, some weakening is expected.

Conditions appear favorable for strengthening until landfall, and the forecast 12-h intensity of 50 kt could be conservative given current trends. The remainder of the intensity forecast is quite uncertain due to the possibility of land interaction, dry air entrainment, shear, and possible interaction with another system to the east. The intensity guidance again does not show much strengthening if Gamma emerges into the Gulf of Mexico, and that part of the new intensity forecast has only minor adjustments from the previous one. It should be noted that several models show a low pressure area over the northern Gulf of Mexico after 120 h. Whether this will be Gamma or a new system is unclear at this time.

The biggest threat from this large and slow-moving storm is the the potential for heavy rainfall and flooding, particularly near and over mountainous terrain.

Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 80 miles (130 km) from the center.

The minimum central pressure estimated from Hurricane Hunter observations is 987 mb (29.15 inches).

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Re: Tropical Storm Gamma [Re: Marty] #545301
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At 100 PM CDT (1800 UTC), the center of Tropical Storm Gamma was located near latitude 20.4 North, longitude 87.6 West. Gamma is moving toward the northwest near 9 mph (15 km/h), and this motion should continue at a slower forward speed today. A turn toward the north-northwest is expected on Sunday, followed by a turn to the west or west-southwest Sunday night or Monday. On the forecast track, the center of Gamma should move farther inland over the eastern Yucatan Peninsula later today, and be near the north coast of the Yucatan Peninsula on Sunday.

Maximum sustained winds are near 70 mph (110 km/h) with higher gusts. Slow weakening is likely through tonight while the center moves over land. Some re-strengthening is expected to begin when the center moves into the southern Gulf of Mexico on Sunday.

Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 80 miles (130 km) from the center.

Observations from both the Air Force and NOAA Hurricane Hunters indicate that Gamma has continued to strengthen this morning. The cloud pattern has continued to become better organized, with an eye trying to become evident on high-resolution satellite images from the GOES-16 mesoscale sectors. Flight-level and SFMR-observed surface winds from the aircraft support an intensity of 60 kt, and the storm could strengthen a little more as long as the center remains over water. Since Gamma will be near or at hurricane intensity when it makes landfall later today, the government of Mexico has issued a Hurricane Warning for a portion of the northeastern Yucatan Peninsula. Gamma should weaken some while it moves over land tonight. Some re-intensification is likely after the center moves into the southern Gulf of Mexico. However, the numerical guidance does not show much strengthening during the next few days, possibly due to the influence of drier air and/or the interaction with another area of low pressure to the east of Gamma. The official intensity forecast is near or above the model consensus.

Gamma continues northwestward at near 8 kt. The cyclone is expected to turn north-northwestward and move through a break in the subtropical ridge through 36 hours or so. Thereafter, a trough to the north moves eastward, bypassing Gamma, and later in the forecast period a ridge builds weakly over the Gulf of Mexico. This should cause the cyclone to turn toward the west and southwest. The official track forecast is close to the multi-model consensus, TVCN.

Although Gamma has strengthened, its biggest threat continues to be torrential rains, flooding, and mudslides especially near and over mountainous terrain.

The estimated minimum central pressure is 980 mb (28.94 inches).

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