It has been a while since I posted something, but now here is a post... about the tropics and storms.
There have been several waves from the past few weeks, but none developed. However, early week, around June 30th a strong wave moved off of the African coast. It could be a tropical storm by the weekend. A tropical depression could form any day from this wave. Could it impact the Northeast? Doubt it right now.
There is another wave by the Antilles. Upper level winds are too strong for this thing to develop any further. I will watch it. How about this wave, could it impact the Northeast? A very, very slight chance. A 0-5% chance it would.
An active day tomorrow for the Northeast, thunderstorm wise. A cold front will help to lift the warm moist air, and produce some hefty thunderstorms. Some storms could be severe. A tornado is possible as well. However, large hail and strong damaging winds in excess of 70 m.p.h will be the main threat. Do expect a couple lines of thunderstorms to move through the region. Watch out for other clusters or cells to develop.
So while tomorrow will be a good pool day, please watch the radar and the skies all day tomorrow. Can't roll out a few severe thunderstorm watch boxes also.
Well, that is all right now.