Peak Season is Upon Us The phrase “that escalated quickly” never rang truer than it did today. That’s because today just so happens to be the day that is known as the “climatological,” or historical, peak of the Atlantic Hurricane Season. It’s when the activity in the tropics hits a maximum, and boy has it! […]
This morning’s infrared satellite view of the remnants of Harvey, at 5:30AM, show some decent organization of the system overnight with persistent convection near the center of the system. You can see the rotation in the lower level clouds to the left (west) of the big yellow and red blob of convection. I would expect […]
- Beach Hazards Statement issued September 21 at 4:11AM CDT until September 22 at 7:00PM CDT by NWS...Minor Coastal Flooding and Strong Rip Currents... .Minor beach flooding and elevated tide levels will continue through the weekend and potentially into Monday. Strong rip currents expected through Saturday evening. Water levels will remain high over the weekend and could exceed 3.0 feet. ...BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT NOW IN EFFECT THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING...