Danny is a weakling…that’s what’s up. At this point, Tropical Storm Danny is very unorganized and will likely not become a Hurricane. At 8 p.m. Thursday Evening, the latest advisory has Danny at 50 m.p.h. Danny continues to encounter a strong sheared and dry environment. Even with warm water, Danny won’t strengthen much. Danny will soon be kicked up by the westerlies and accelerate towards New England. A glancing blow is still possible along the mid-Atlantic coast along North Carolina, where some high seas and heavy rain will be possible.
You can track the latest on Danny or any tropical system by following this link.
Also Check out Dr. Jeff Master’s Blog…
We are now entering peak Hurricane season in the Atlantic. The late summer and early fall months are most favorable for tropical development, with the warmest water of the year being the main reason. We got off to a slow start but it’s the coming weeks that will define the season as slow or busy.
Meteorologist Brian Niznansky
This post was written by bniznansky on August 27, 2009