Another Storm To Watch

November 7th, 2011 at 10:26 am by under Weather, WTNH Blogs

The National Hurricane Center has eyes to the Western Atlantic today and they are not alone!

I am watching a pretty defined area of low pressure located East of Florida and Southwest of Bermuda today (Monday). It is sitting over relatively warm water and could take on tropical characteristics through the next 24 hours.

Here is what is looks like from space:

Current Satellite View

Latest View Of Clouds

A weather front will be approaching Connecticut on Thursday as this ocean storm begins to move North. Stay tuned as we track this interesting feature. As we know, our residents are still recovering from so much devastating weather. Let’s watch this storm closely. Updated computer runs will give us a better idea on the potential impact as we go through midweek!

-Gil

 

11 Responses to “Another Storm To Watch”

  1. Nick D says:

    Interesting…I wonder of we will have to deal with another power outage situation haha!

  2. jodi says:

    so do i cancel my scheduled pre winter car detailing that i have for fri at 11.

  3. Gil says:

    Do NOT cancel for Friday yet!

  4. KGB says:

    So if it stays organized..wind snow rain ice or all?
    Maybe hand deliver this ‘heads up’ to CL&P…

  5. Gil says:

    Rain only…concern would be wind potential!

  6. Adam says:

    Hey Gil – Let’s hope this steers clear of us. I think if anyone in CT. loses power again for more than 24 hours it will be armageddon!

  7. Joey says:

    It’s mid November so won’t the water temps be quite cool if it starts to move north?

  8. Jim says:

    This would be more of a coastal event?

  9. Marie S. says:

    Thanks for the heads up, Gil.

  10. tom says:

    Haha wow here comes the next Irene. it will be more than just a typical rainy day in Ct Thurs and Fri

  11. Heather B. says:

    Thanks for always keeping us updated!!! I really do appreciate the time you take to let people know about upcoming weather events, whether it be through news, wtnh.com, or Facebook!

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