FOX 13 Meteorologist Jim Weber shows us the outlook for the final day of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season.
Meteorologist Tony Sadiku shows the outlook for the final days of the officials 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season.
Meteorologist Jim Weber says the tropics remain quiet as we enter the last official week of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season
As we enter the final days of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season, there's no activity across the tropics.
FOX 13 Meteorologist Tony Sadiku says things look good as we head into the home stretch of hurricane season. He does not expect any development over the next five days. However, he says some long-range models show that the Caribbean could be waking up in the next 8-10 days, but he does not see anything in the near future.
FOX 13 Meteorologist Tony Sadiku says all is quiet in the tropics with no signs of development over the next five days. He says while there is only about a week and half left of hurricane season, there could be something brewing in the Caribbean down the road, but for the next five days there is nothing developing and no threat to Florida.
With a dozen days left in the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season, Meteorologist Jim Weber says there's little chance for development over the next 5 days.
With 13 days left in the 2022 hurricane season, FOX 13 Meteorologist Jim Weber says he does not expect anything to develop over the next five days. He says it will stay quiet for the near future and he hopes it stays quiet through the end of November.
Meteorologist Jim Weber says there are no chances for development in the tropics in the next 5 days, with only 14 days left in the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season.
Meteorologist Jim Weber shows us how the end of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Seasons is shaping up. There's nothing with a chance of development right now, but there are still two weeks in the official season.
As we near the end of the hurricane season, Meteorologist Jim Weber offers some welcoming news. No tropical development is expected in the next few days.
Meteorologist Tony Sadkiu says no development is expected in the next 5 days of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season, which ends November 30.
There are 17 days left in the 2022 hurricane season and FOX 13 Meteorologist Tony Sadiku says no development is expected over the next five days. The next named storm would be Owen, but Sadiku says there is no sign of Owen anytime soon. He says the 2022 season ended up being average with 14 named storms, 8 hurricanes and 2 major hurricanes.
FOX 13 Meteorologist Tony Sadiku says Nicole is out to sea and there are no signs of development over the next five days. He says the Gulf, the Caribbean and the Atlantic are all quiet at the moment. There are two and a half weeks to go until the end of hurricane season and Sadiku says so far this year has been pretty average as far as named storms and major hurricanes.
Tropical Storm Nicole has moved north of Florida, but the system is still dumping rain across multiple East Coast states. Meteorologist Jim Weber has the latest update and what to expect from the rest of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season.
Tropical Storm Nicole has downgraded to a tropical depression as of the 10 p.m. advisory.
FOX 13 Chief Meteorologist Paul Dellegatto says Nicole still has a decent circulation as of 4 p.m. on Thursday. He said she is still making her way across the state. As it moves away from the Bay Area, it is producing strong winds in the panhandle. However, he says Nicole will begin to pick up speed and move away, leaving us with improving weather.
FOX 13 Meteorologist Jim Weber shows the remnants of Tropical Storm Nicole after it was downgraded from a hurricane overnight. Rain and wind are expected the rest of the day in the Tampa Bay area.
It's a 'long, wet and windy morning' here in the Bay Area, as described by FOX 13's meteorologist Dave Osterberg. He said the area is still on target for up to four inches of rain due to Tropical Storm Nicole and the tropical storm-force winds will be arrive throughout most of the day before those wind speeds gradually begin to drop. The system is continuing to move northwest after making landfall on the east coast of Florida around 3 a.m.
Meteorologist Dave Osterberg says Hurricane Nichole made landfall at 3 a.m. just south of Vero Beach. The storm has since downgraded back to a tropical storm. The system will now begin to slowly weaken as it heads northwest.