Hurricane Edouard was racing towards the East-northeast on Wednesday evening as forecasters say it’s expected to weaken.
The past few days have been relatively dry for the so-called “rainy season,” but we will start to see a better chance of storms late Wednesday afternoon.
Hoping to get a better understanding of why some hurricanes grow into monster storms while others just fade away, federal scientists are launching drones to fly into Hurricane Edouard to see what makes it tick.
Today, September 16th marks the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Ivan.
Hurricane Edouard formed over the Central Atlantic on Sunday.
Tropical Storm Edouard is slowly intensifying over the Atlantic, according to a Saturday weather advisory.
The tropical disturbance that slowly meandered across South Florida on Friday, continues to move away from us, and is now in the Gulf of Mexico. As this feature, moves away, the rain and storm chance diminishes and the sun, cloud weather mix is back in play! As the sunshine increases during the afternoon hours on Saturday, a few storms may fire up, but widespread coverage is not expected.
Edouard remains a Tropical Storm in the far eastern Atlantic Friday.
Tropical Storm Edouard formed in the far eastern Atlantic Thursday evening.
The CBS4 weather team is tracking a disturbance over the Bahamas with a medium chance of development.