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Avisos NOAA retransmitidos automaticamente para el 28/05/17 a las 10:00 AM
Hora EDT = UTC - 4.5 h      Hora EST  = UTC - 5h         Hora local  YV (HLV) = UTC - 4:30 h  Hora UTC actual:  14:00 del 28-05-2017
Aviso o Alerta para las 10:00 AM del 28/05/17
Discusión del estado del tiempo del Atlántico Tropical (actualizado a los 15 minutos de cada hora)
TTWDAT TTropical Weather DiscussionNNWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL6654 AM EDT Sun May 28 2017TTropical Weather Discussion for North America, Central AmericaGGulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, northern sections of SouthAAmerica, and Atlantic Ocean to the African coast from theEEquator to 32N. The following information is based on satelliteiimagery, weather observations, radar and meteorological analysis.BBased on 0600 UTC surface analysis and satellite imagery through 11015 UTC.....TROPICAL WAVES...AA tropical wave is in the eastern Atlantic with axis extending ffrom 10N29W to 01N30W, moving W at 10 kt. CIRA LPW imagery shows aa moderate moist environment near the ITCZ with dry air in the SSaharan Air Layer N of 10N. The 700 mb analysis shows a good wave rreflection. Scattered moderate convection is from 00N-06N between227W-32W. Scattered showers are within 120 nm of the remainder of tthe wave axis.AA tropical wave is in the central Atlantic with axis extending ffrom 11N47W to 01N47W, moving W at 10-15 kt. CIRA LPW imagery sshows a moderate moist environment near the ITCZ, with dry air in tthe Saharan Air Layer N of 10N. The 700 mb analysis shows a good wwave reflection. Scattered showers are within 120 nm of the wave aaxis.AA tropical wave is in the west Atlantic with axis extending from 118N59W to 06N60W, moving W at 15 kt. This wave shows a well ddefined inverted-V surface reflection on satellite imagery. CIRA LLPW imagery shows a moist environment. The 700 mb analysis shows aggood wave reflection. Scattered showers are within 180 nm of the wwave axis.AA tropical wave is over the east Caribbean with axis extending ffrom 19N71W to 10N71W, moving W at 15 kt. Saharan dry air is ppresent in the wave's environment inhibiting convection. There is aa very pronounced 700 mb wave reflection.....ITCZ/MONSOON TROUGH...TThe Monsoon Trough enters the tropical Atlantic near 11N15W and ccontinues to 06N19W. The ITCZ extends from 06N19W to 04N29W, thenrresumes W of a tropical wave near 04N31W and continues to 04N46W.TThe ITCZ again resumes W of another tropical wave near 03N49W andccontinues to the coast of South America near 03N51W. Besides the cconvection associated with the tropical waves, isolated moderate cconvection is along the coast of West Africa from 02N-07N between001W-15W. Scattered moderate convection is from 02N-04N between 335W-37W. ....DISCUSSION...GGULF OF MEXICO...AA 1017 mb high is located over the NE Gulf of Mexico near 27N83W.55-10 kt anticyclonic winds are over the NE Gulf. 10-20 kt SE ssurface winds are over the W Gulf. Scattered showers are over theBBay of Campeche and S Mexico S of 21N. In the upper levels, a rridge is over the Gulf with axis along 90W. Strong subsidence is oover most of the Gulf. Upper level moisture is,however, over S TTexas, and the Bay of Campeche. Expect more showers and convectiontto advect into the Bay of Campeche from S Mexico, over the next 224 hours.CCARIBBEAN SEA...AA tropical wave is over the E Caribbean. See above. The monsoon ttrough extends over Costa Rica and Panama producing scatteredmmoderate convection. Further N, Scattered moderate convection is iinland over, Honduras,and Guatemala. In the upper levels, a ridgeiis over the W Caribbean. An upper level trough is over the E CCaribbean with strong subsidence. Expect over the next 24 hours ffor the tropical wave to move W with showers. Also expect ccontinued convection over the SW Caribbean, and Central America. ....HISPANIOLA...WWater vapor imagery shows strong subsidence over the Island, hhindering convection. However, patches of low level moisture, eembedded in the trade wind flow, will produce isolated showers oover the next 24 hours.....ATLANTIC OCEAN...AA cold front in the W Atlantic from 31N59W to the central Bahamasnnear 24N74W. Scattered showers are within 60 nm of the front N of227N. A 1023 mb high is centered over the central Atlantic near 229N45W. A cold front is over the E Atlantic from 31N21W to 28N30W.SScattered showers are within 60 nm of the front. Three tropical wwaves are over the tropical Atlantic. Please refer to the TropicalWWaves section for more details. Saharan dry and dust is noted aacross much of the Atlantic Ocean N of 10N and E of 50W. Of note iin the upper levels, a small upper level low is centered near 226N56W producing upper level diffluence with scattered showers ffrom 25N- 32N between 47W- 52W. Expect over the next 24 hours for tthe W Atlantic front to drift E. Also expect the E Atlantic fronttto move NE of the area. FFor additional information please visit hhttp://www.hurricanes.gov/marine
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