Active Storm Advisory – Atlantic – Tuesday, September 05, 2017

Please see the attached Active Storm Advisory – Atlantic for Tuesday, September 05, 2017.

Active Storm Advisory – Hurricane Irma #32

Irma to remain a high-end category four hurricane through 120 hours with slight strengthening still possible the next day or so. Impacts to the northern Leeward Islands are expected over the next 24-36 hours.

Please see the attached Active Storm Advisory – Atlantic for Tuesday, September 05, 2017.

Active Storm Advisory – Hurricane Irma #33

Irma is a powerful category five hurricane and will remain a major hurricane through the next several days. A continued west to west-northwest track is forecast through five days.

Please see the attached Active Storm Advisory – Atlantic for Tuesday, September 05, 2017.

Active Storm Advisory – Tropical Storm Jose #5

Tropical Storm Jose will continue to strengthen over the next several days as it tracks WNW-ward. Toward the end of the forecast period a NW-ward bend in the track is possible as a trough of low pressure approaches from the west.

Please see the attached Active Storm Advisory – Atlantic for Tuesday, September 05, 2017.

Active Storm Advisory – Hurricane Irma #35

Hurricane Irma has changed little in appearance and intensity over the past six hours. Irma remains a very powerful hurricane and is expected to pose significant impacts to the northern Leeward Islands over the next 12 hours. Very slow and gradual weakening is forecast through the advisory period.

Please see the attached Active Storm Advisory – Atlantic for Tuesday, September 05, 2017.

Active Storm Advisory – Tropical Depression Thirteen #4

Some steady intensification will be possible over the next few days as Tropical Depression Thirteen meanders around the western Bay of Campeche.

Please see the attached Active Storm Advisory – Atlantic for Tuesday, September 05, 2017.

Active Storm Advisory – Tropical Storm Jose #7

Tropical Storm Jose found no trouble organizing on Tuesday while in a low wind shear environment. Warm sea-surface temperatures and low wind shear will continue the next several days and Jose is expected to reach hurricane strength within the next 48 hours while tracking generally west-northwestward.


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