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Dorian Steady for Now Will Impact Windward Islands Late Monday and Tuesday

Dorian Steady for Now Will Impact Windward Islands Late Monday and Tuesday

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Please note that these posts do NOT reflect the official forecasts of the National Hurricane Center, and should not be interpreted as such. While tropical storms exist in the Atlantic, official NHC information is available at www.hurricanes.gov. Please refer to the NHC when making decisions, and heed the advisories and evacuation statements of your local National Weather Service Office and emergency management officials.

Levi Cowan creates videos and blogs pertaining to tropical cyclones, primarily hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean. Posts occasionally concern other, non-tropical weather events around the world. Levi is currently a Ph.D. candidate in tropical meteorology at Florida State University, and completed his bachelors degree in applied physics with a concentration in atmospheric physics at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.



  • Clay on August 25, 2019

    You the man, Levi!!

  • Cydney Wilson on August 25, 2019

    Thank you for your scientific, drama-free appoach.

  • Kotd 9 on August 25, 2019

    Hi Levi howcome on your aircarft recon we aren't getting any information for dorian…but I think the plane is there already

  • Knightmask on August 25, 2019

    Levi, thanks for the update.you always provide a good explination to all the possible scenarios. keep up the good work .

  • Blaise Hunter on August 25, 2019


  • perrandy2011 on August 25, 2019

    thanks for the update but the navgem (navy model?) is bringing dorian as a powerful storm in to southern florida at the long range .i know that this model is not as good as the euro and the gfs but this storm bears watching just in case.

  • Stewart Guillory on August 25, 2019


  • Sar Jim on August 25, 2019

    Thanks for the work on the video, Levi, and your excellent website. Looks like Dorian may be another victim of the eastern Caribbean graveyard. A path more southerly that avoids traversing Hispaniola would be an interesting possibility. My guess is Dorian won't survive, but that's just a real WAG.

  • renumi emi on August 25, 2019

    levi i love you

  • Alfredo nm on August 25, 2019

    This happened in 1987 with Hurricane Emily, similar track, small pocket hurricane that reached cat 3 almost reaching Hispaniola, and entered the DR as a cat 2, not saying this is the same case, but small storms are complicated.

  • Hurricane Weirdo on August 25, 2019

    Dorian is one of those storms that you have to keep an eye on cause it's small so a lot can happen with it

  • Alfredo nm on August 25, 2019


  • desEL087 on August 25, 2019

    The King