A large frontal system is keeping weather in the eastern two-thirds of the United States unsettled today. In the Deep South and southern Gulf Coast, under the warm sector of this system, dangerous severe weather is expected through the afternoon and evening, with severe thunderstorms forecast parts of the LowerRead More →

Yesterday, Invest 92L emerged over the Gulf of Mexico as a broad area of low pressure. It has consolidated more today, and the National Hurricane Center is giving it a near 100% chance of becoming a tropical cyclone. In addition, due to its proximity to land, they have also initiatedRead More →