Threat For Another Tropical Depression as Guam is Subjected to a Typhoon

This week in the Tropical forecast, there is an Eastern Atlantic disturbance that is on its way to becoming a tropical depression, and there is also a possibility of a looming threat to the Lesser Antilles by the weekend. Guam has been issued a typhoon watch as Tropical Storm Halong continues to gather its strength before hitting shore. There is an area of low lying pressure that is present over the eastern Atlantic this week which continues to organize today. Due to this area of…

Typhoon Rammasun Making Its Way Through the Philippines

This week, a tyhpoon that is named Rammasun (this hurricane is known locally to residents of the Philippines as Glenda) passed over Manila Bay and just south of the core of Metro Manila through the morning in the Philippines. This typhoon then strengthened quite quickly on early Tuesday morning and remained a Category 3 equivalent storm for the most of the day. Higher terrain in the area has disrupted the circulation of Rammasun as it crossed the Calabarzon region and moved towards Manila. Thankfully for…

Aftermath of Hurricane Arthur

Hurricane Arthur first made its appearance and interrupted many holiday plans along the East Coast for the Fourth of July, and it began with a disturbance that came off of the coast of the Carolinas that then drifted southward towards the Bahamas. Arthur first became a tropical depression on June 30th off of the coast of Florida, and was the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season of 2014. This tropical storm reached hurricane strength on July 3rd, just off the coast of South…