I have posted my Monday morning look at the tropics with an emphasis on Hermine which is still churning well off the Mid-Atlantic coast. I also have a live camera streaming from the Brigantine area of coastal New Jersey. It is literally in the ocean, mounted on a piling that was installed a few months ago just beyond the seawall for posting official signage from the city. The camera is monitoring the morning high tide which is running just a little above normal but nowhere near the levels predicted a few days ago when Hermine was forecast to be much closer to the coast. I will the camera going until about 1pm ET then it’s time to pack up and head back to North Carolina for some rest.
The tropics are still busy even though we don’t have any new areas of concern just yet in the Atlantic. It is coming up on peak time for the season and the next three to four weeks should feature on and off development anywhere across the entire Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean. Water temps are very warm still with plenty of energy for potential systems to tap in to.
In the east Pacific, TS Newton will make landfall along the southern tip of the Baja tomorrow night bringing heavy rain and strong winds to the region. The remnant moisture is likely to take aim on the Southwest with the threat of flooding increasing for parts of Arizona and New Mexico. I cover all of this and more in today’s video discussion.
Links to live camera in NJ: