Quoting seflagamma:Hello Nigel,Thank you for stopping by my blog today. I think I have seen you on Dr Master's blog from time to time.. sometimes I lurk there but don't often post...until we have a "threat".I see you have a tropical weather theme blog. Nice job.Hope to see you around more often.Enjoy your day.Gams
Quoting Grothar:Hi, Nigel. Saw you stopped by my Easter blog. Yes, you were a little bit late. LOL Nice blog.Here is a little link for you. You may already have it, but it does give some good information, especially during the hurricane season. It is Crown Weather:Link
Quoting VirginIslandsVisitor:Hi, NigelThanks for the Caribbean weather blog. I'll be sure to bookmark it!All I can say is that we're REALLY hoping this windy weather leaves us soon. It's not doing the fishing business any favours!Take care!
Quoting nrtiwlnvragn:Don't know if you are aware of the TROPICAL DISCUSSION - INTERNATIONAL DESKS, covers the Carribean well.Also, Caribbean Precipitation Forecasts
Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:Good evening Nigel. Can you believe that I haven't visited this great blog? Yes,you have a great blog for us who live in the Caribbean. I am sure that as time goes by, you will add more things. I have a few web cams from different parts of the Caribbean that you can add that I will bring.
Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:Good afternoon Nigel. You can add these web cams from different islands to the first post. We can follow them when a threat of a storm or hurricane is imminent to see what is going on.NE Dominican RepublicCancunNW Puerto Rico looking at Mona ChannelSt MaartenSt BartsI will bring more in comming days.
Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:Good morning on this Saturday the 21rst. Here is another important web cam that you can add to the first post and this is of the Soufriere Volcano in the island of Monteserrat.
Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:On Saturday,we had one flood advisory issued. The moisture is slowly increasing in PR as the winds are from the SE also bringing higher temperatures than normal.Here is a cam from Grand Cayman island.
Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:The 2012 North Atlantic Hurricane Season is getting closer. Here is a good countdown of days,minutes and seconds.Link
Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:AREA FORECAST DISCUSSIONNATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN JUAN PR1004 PM AST MON APR 23 2012.UPDATE...A GENERALLY DRY AND STABLE AIR MASS IS EXPECTED TOPREVAIL ACROSS THE LOCAL ISLANDS OVERNIGHT AND EARLY TOMORROW.LATEST SATELLITE AND RADAR IMAGES THIS EVENING DEPICTED ONLY A FEWISOLATED TO SCATTERED SHOWERS MAINLY ACROSS THE CARIBBEAN COASTALWATERS. WITH A SOUTH SOUTHEAST LOW LEVEL WIND FLOW...FEW OF THESESHOWERS AFFECTED THE SOUTHERN SECTIONS OF PUERTO RICO. IN COMPARISONWITH PREVIOUS DAYS...A SLIGHT INCREASE IN MOISTURE ARE EXPECTEDTOMORROW WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND POSSIBLE A FEW THUNDERSTORMSACROSS NORTH AND NORTHWEST PUERTO RICO DURING THE AFTERNOON. THESOUTHEAST LOW LEVEL WIND FLOW WILL CONTINUE TO PROMOTE WARMER THANNORMAL TEMPERATURES ESPECIALLY ACROSS NORTHERN PUERTO RICO DURINGTHE NEXT FEW DAYS.
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