While major hurricane Larry has winds hanging steady at 125 mph, that category status. We have a bit of a lull coming in I believe that will last for about a couple of weeks and then we could see even a bigger spike in tropical activity than what we had before. But the question is why are we going to see a break in the Atlantic hurricane season and why will it get very active in mid to late September. I have all of those details in the video.
YouTube Video Timestamps:
0:00 – Intro/Promotion
0:45 – Latest IR Imagery on Larry
2:31 – Water Vapor Imagery on Larry
4:36 – National Hurricane Center on Larry
7:41 – GFS 850mb Vorticity Forecast
12:35 – ECMWF 850mb Vorticity Forecast
14:27 – MJO Forecast
16:15 – Understanding how the MJO works
23:04 – Outro/Promotion
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