National Hurricane Center
Tropical Depression nine continues to move eastward near the Mexican state of Campeche and is still expected to strengthen as the week goes on.
Tropical depression nine (TD #9) formed in the southwest Gulf of Mexico Tuesday evening as thunderstorms near the well defined low pressure center became better organized.
Hurricane Gonzalo has moved over the cold waters of the North Atlantic Ocean.
Hurricane Gonzalo moved away from Bermuda Saturday and will brush by Newfoundland Saturday night.
Packing dangerous winds and flooding rains, Hurricane Gonzalo moved over Bermuda Friday night.
Hurricane Gonzalo is moving faster to the North-northeast toward Bermuda.
Hurricane Gonzalo is moving northwestward over the Atlantic with 125 mph winds.
Tropical Storm Fay moved closer to Bermuda Saturday night bringing rain to the island.
According to the National Hurricane Center, a low pressure area several hundred miles northeast of the northern Leeward Islands is expected to become better organized over the next couple of days.
Meteorologists believe the storm was among the best to test new data-collecting drones because the storm was strong, had a well-defined eye and never threatened land, U.S. government scientists said Thursday.