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Disturbance Along North Carolina Coast; Severe Storms in the Central U.S.; Widespread Heat Concerns

The National Hurricane Center is monitoring an area of low pressure just offshore of North Carolina for tropical or subtropical development. Heavy rain, flooding and gusty winds are possible along coastal sections of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast the next few days. Severe storms are likely today in the Central U.S. and heat related products extend from the Southwest into parts of the East. Read More >

PEAC Background Information


Service Areas

The US-Affiliated Pacific Island (USAPI) areas in PEAC's primary service area include:


Products

PEAC produces and distributes many information products related to ENSO and it's affects on the Pacific Islands. The Pacific ENSO Update quarterly newsletter is published every mid-January, May, August and October. Special edition bulletins are distributed at the Editor's discretion.

Seasonal sea level forecasts are issued in each quarterly edition of the Pacific ENSO Update newsletter. Additional sea level information will be available on the PEAC Sea Level page (coming soon).

General climate information (including average seasonal rainfall) for each of the USAPI areas can be found by clicking on the desired location on the map.


Cooperative Partnerships

The Pacific ENSO Applications Climate Center works closely with similar international programs in the Pacific region, including the climate programs at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, the National Institute for Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) in New Zealand, and the South Pacific Regional Environment Program (SPREP) climate office in Western Samoa.