Tag Archives: Caribbean

The One-Two Punch: here comes LAURA!

Toward the end of July, as it tends to happen during the summer months in the northern hemisphere, the northern Indian Ocean was boiling with numerous storms, disturbed weather cells and rather warm surface waters. This cauldron of bad weather … Continue reading

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# 14 IS HERE! A DELUGE IN NICARAGUA!

Some ten days ago, around September 26 or 27, a couple of disturbed weather cells formed in the southeastern Caribbean to the east of Costa Rica and Nicaragua, just as we were monitoring tropical cyclones KIRK and LESLIE in the … Continue reading

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