More winds of Good wrath are coming: Jeremiah 23

October hurricane outlook: Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean are areas to watch – The Washington Post

The National Hurricane Center estimates a 30 percent chance that this system will develop in the next five days. (NOAA/NHC)

Down the road, weather models continue to work toward cranking out additional systems in this area. Historically, the western Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico have been areas to closely monitor this time of year, anyway. During autumn, activity typically wanes in the Atlantic’s Main Development Region, or the stretch of marine real estate between Africa and the Lesser Antilles, while the threat of “homegrown” storms closer to the U.S. shoreline increases.

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And those are the same systems that often prove more tricky to predict, as they mature closer to land and often are harder to spot from a distance.

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