Preliminary damage estimates in Galveston County indicated that 5 single family homes were completely destroyed, 22 received major damage, and 49 received minor damage. Sortable Columns: Tap the column header to sort. Houston/Galveston, TX1353 FM 646 Suite 202Dickinson, TX 77539281-337-5074Comments? -Storm Data -Feed -River Forecast Centers The system meandered for two days, gradually developing deeper convection and gaining organization. [57], A very large tropical wave accompanied by a large envelope of low pressure emerged from the coast of Africa on September 21. [82] The storm's center became exposed as the deep convection became limited to a few small cells north of the center. [12] However, because Andrea never made landfall, most of the resulting damage was associated with large waves, higher than normal tides, associated coastal flooding, and beach erosion caused by the storm. Damage was estimated at $50 million. [49], Humberto caused some structural damage on High Island and widespread tree and power line damage in the Beaumont-Port Arthur area. September had a then record-tying eight storms, until it was surpassed by the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season. Make Thor Motor Coach. Pre-season forecasts by Colorado State University called for 14 named storms and 7 hurricanes, of which three were expected to attain major hurricane status. For Sale 2007 Fun Deck n/a. -Graphs [19] On August 17 the eye of the hurricane passed into the Caribbean between the islands of Martinique and Saint Lucia as a Category 2 hurricane. By May 11, Andrea had lost all significant convection and degenerated into a remnant low. -Rainfall Reports Grundgerät Ersatzteilzeichnung und Teileliste für Texas Hurricane HBKT Perfect 60 90227550900-2007 × Wir verwenden nur zwingend notwendige bzw. [2], On December 8, 2006, Klotzbach's team issued its first extended-range forecast for the 2007 season, predicting above-average activity (14 named storms, seven hurricanes, three of Category 3 or higher). Unfavorable wind shear initially prevented development of this system as it tracked slowly to the west-northwest. -NCDC/NCEI [19] Dean was the first storm to make landfall as a Category 5 hurricane in the Atlantic basin since Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Dean was the third most intense landfalling Atlantic storm in history (after the Labor Day Hurricane of 1935 and Hurricane Gilbert of 1988). It produced 17 tropical cyclones, 15 tropical storms, six hurricanes, and two major hurricanes. Please select one of the following: -Galveston Beach Patrol (Flag Warning System), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. [87], The storm impacted many areas affected by Tropical Storm Noel a month earlier. -Marine However, interaction between the low and a strong high-pressure system to the north generated hurricane-force winds in the system. * July–November only: 12 storms observed in this period. -Careers [56] Damage was estimated at $6.2 million. Six people drowned along the Southeast U.S. Jerry never approached land during its lifespan, and no damage or casualties were reported. Hurricane Dean Satellite Image: Hurricane Dean Track Saffir-Simpson Scale Color Legend : On August 13, tropical depression four formed in the eastern Atlantic ocean off the coast of Africa. -Observations -Aviation Lorenzo reached its peak intensity on September 28, then weakened slightly before making landfall near Tecolutla, Mexico as a minimal hurricane. Within three hours of forming, it was named Tropical Storm Humberto, and it turned to the north-northeast before rapidly intensifying. The small circulation weakened rapidly after landfall, and the system dissipated the next day. -Historical Tracks -Local Data/Records It is the first post-season storm since Tropical Storm Zeta in the 2005 season. Initially containing a poorly defined circulation and intermittent thunderstorm activity, the system transitioned into a tropical depression after convection increased over the center. -Evacuation Routes Model HURRICANE. Location. It made its final landfall near Tecolutla, Veracruz on August 22, dissipating the next day. The shear began to relax on Tuesday the 11th, and early in the morning on Wednesday the 12th convection began to increase over a developing surface low pressure area. This gave the decade more hurricanes of such strength than any other on record. Gusty winds also occurred, though no wind damage was reported. [89] Although the name Nestor was not used in 2013, it was instead used for the 2019 season. Year. -Climate Summaries However, the strengths and durations of most of the storms were low. As a powerful extratropical cyclone, Noel crossed back into the Atlantic and began a track towards western Greenland. It accelerated to the northeast before reaching a peak intensity of 997 mbar and making landfall on Florida. [55] However, the precursor system spawned a damaging tornado in Eustis, Florida, where 20 houses were destroyed and 30 more were damaged. -Old Climate Page On July 30 it was classified as Tropical Depression Three and was named Tropical Storm Chantal shortly thereafter while south of Nova Scotia. The damage was indicative of 70 to 80 mph winds (strong tropical storm force to Category 1 hurricane force winds). Tracking northward, Noel began its transition into an extratropical cyclone on November 2, becoming fully extratropical on November 4 while over Labrador. [40], A large tropical wave exited Africa on September 6 and initially failed to develop due to strong easterly shear. Hurricane tracking maps, current sea temperatures, and more. -Storm Prediction Center news Weather. Please Contact Us. When the system lost most of its baroclinic support, development ceased until its low moved into warmer waters near the Bahamas. The damage and death totals in this list include impacts when the storm was a precursor wave or post-tropical low, and all of the damage figures are in 2007 USD. The names to the right were used for storms that formed in the Atlantic basin in 2007. An outlook issued by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric … National Weather Service [71][72] Because the depression was isolated from the subtropical ridge, the depression drifted west-northwestward. Despite this, the number of days with major hurricanes was above the long-term average. -2020 Hurricane Guide The system moved west-northwestward due to a ridge to its north, and with continued wind shear, it remained a tropical depression for 24 hours before convection increased further. -Drought, History -Major Events, RADAR However, the agency reaffirmed its prediction of an above-average season, citing warmer-than-normal sea surface temperatures in parts of the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea and the likelihood of La Niña conditions during the peak of the season. -Models Price. Some of the highest amounts recorded in WFO HGX's area were 14.13 inches at East Bay Bayou (just west of Highway 124 in southeast Chambers County), 9.84 inches at the Gulf Intercoastal Waterway and the State Highway 124 bridge (approximately 3 miles north of High Island), 8.11 inches at Spindletop Bayou and the State Highway 124 bridge (approximately 3 miles south of Stowall), 8.31 inches in Gillchrist (Rollover Pass), 6.50 inches at the Galveston Island Coast Guard Station and 5.80 inches at Jamaica Beach.