There are no active tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea…or the Gulf of Mexico
There are no tropical cyclone noted, and there are no areas of disturbed weather being investigated. The National Hurricane Center notes that no new tropical cyclones are expected through the next 5-days
Former tropical cyclone Joaquin is now located over the cold waters of the north central Atlantic, having ended its 10 day excursion across Atlantic waters. At its peak on October 2nd, hurricane Joaquin was just below category 5 status on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale…with 155 mph winds.
By the time whatever is left of former Joaquin’s weather system reaches Portugal’s west coast Saturday, it should have winds of near 35 mph…and may bring clouds and showers to bear as it moves inland across the coast.
Here’s a satellite image of what’s left of Joaquin
Here’s a satellite image of the Atlantic Ocean
WSI satellite image of the Caribbean Sea
Gulf of Mexico
Latest satellite image of the Gulf of Mexico