Nov. 12, 2017 - Photos: Must-see photos of Irma damage in Jacksonville area .... hurricane Irma recap
The old cold front - that moved through Fl. last Thu. - is stationary over the Caribbean. We'll need to watch the tail end of the front over for possible slow low pressure development which could then become tropical.
Otherwise.... low pressure is developing over the far Eastern Atlantic & could acquire some subtropical characteristics as it moves northeast but no threat to any of the U.S.
Images below from the Storm Prediction Center showing tornadoes (preliminary counts) spawned by U.S. landfalling tropical cyclones. The great majority were associated with "Harvey" - 57. The 119 for the year ranks 4th since 1995 only behind 2008, 2005 & 2004.
Interesting map below tweeted by Erik Pindrock shows virtually all of Fl. has experienced at least tropical storm force winds this year... as well as the entire Gulf Coast... & as far north as N. Carolina on the east coast:
Deep oceanic heat content is still evident over the Caribbean but is beginning to "bow its head" to late fall.....
Sea surface temp. anomalies:
East Atlantic IR satellite:
Mid & upper level wind shear (enemy of tropical cyclones) analysis (CIMMS).
SE U.S. surface map:
Surface analysis centered on the tropical Atlantic:
Surface analysis of the Gulf:
Extensive hurricane Irma recap - click here.