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Quiet in the Tropical Atlantic, Busy in the Pacific

2 Nov 2016, 12:31 pm

Hurricane season is nearing its climatological end on November 30th, but there are still some areas to watch. No storms are named at this time, but there are two potential tropical areas in the Western Pacific Ocean, one each in the Eastern Pacific and Indian Ocean, and a weak disturbance in the Atlantic.

Guam is closely watching 99W, located about 250 miles east-northeast of the island. The Joint Typhoon Warning Center says “the potential for development of a significant tropical cyclone within the next 24 hours is high” as the storm moves northwest at near 15 mph.

NW PACIFIC OCEAN – System 99W Has Guam on AlertThe tropical low pressure area designated System 99W has Guam on alert….

Posted by NASA's Hurricane Web Page on Wednesday, November 2, 2016

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Another system, 90W, is also being watched for tropical cyclone development in the next 24 hours. The current location would not be an issue for any land areas at this time.

NW PACIFIC OCEAN – System 90W Coming Together The Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) gives System 90W a high chance…

Posted by NASA's Hurricane Web Page on Wednesday, November 2, 2016

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In the Eastern Pacific, a weak tropical wave is located well offshore of any land areas and has a very small chance for development.

EASTERN PACIFIC OCEAN – Watching a System Near El SalvadorAn area of disturbed weather is located a few hundred miles…

Posted by NASA's Hurricane Web Page on Wednesday, November 2, 2016

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In the Indian Ocean, 90B has a very good chance to become a tropical system. The storm is located in the Bay of Bengal, about 570 miles southeast of India.

NO INDIAN OCEAN – NASA Watching System 90B Track Northwest System 90B, a tropical low pressure area in the Bay of…

Posted by NASA's Hurricane Web Page on Wednesday, November 2, 2016

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A low pressure center northeast of Puerto Rico is very disorganized. If development occurs this weekend, which is a low chance according to the National Hurricane Center, the storm would be well away from any land areas.

ATLANTIC OCEAN – A Non-Tropical Low Near No. Lesser AntillesA broad non-tropical area of low pressure located a few…

Posted by NASA's Hurricane Web Page on Wednesday, November 2, 2016

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For WeatherNation:  Meteorologist Mace Michaels

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