New CSU Forecast Still Calls For a Quiet Atlantic Hurricane Season

Philip J. Klotzbach and William M. Gray of Colorado State University continue to foresee a well below-average 2015 Atlantic hurricane season. A strong El Niño event now appears likely. Conditions in the tropical Atlantic remain unfavorable for hurricane formation. They continue to call for a below-average probability of United States and Caribbean major hurricane landfall (as of 1 June 2015).

Trough System and Remnants of Gabrielle Continue to Effect BVI

After a night of thunder, lightning and heavy showers, the Antigua Met Service has lifted the Flash Flood Warning for the British VIrgin Islands (BVI) but a Flash Flood Watch is in effect until 4pm today (Friday, September 6 ); a trough system along with the remnants of Gabrielle will cause the atmosphere across the British Virgin Islands to remain unstable.

Flash Flood Warning Extended Again, until Friday

According to the Antigua Met Service a surface trough is affecting the Leeward Islands and British Virgin Islands. It will continue to generate cloudy skies with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms. The flash flood warning for the British Virgin Islands is extended until 6am tomorrow Friday.