Bryan Norcross, WPLG Local 10 News

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WPLG Local 10 News

Miami, FL, United States

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Past articles by Bryan:

It’s time to pay attention to the tropics, but complex weather pattern makes forecasts uncertain

There are two tropical disturbances that have our attention. We should not be looking at long-range computer models at this point, however. There are too many variables in play between the eastern Atlantic and our side of the ocean. → Read More

Norcross: A disturbance to watch far out in Atlantic, but dry air still dominates the tropics

The National Hurricane Center is watching a somewhat-organized Tropical Disturbance in the far eastern Atlantic that is sneaking under a big batch of dry Saharan air, which is still spread across the tropics. → Read More

Norcross: Tropical Storm Isaias moving away from South Florida, which dodged the worst of it

Tropical Storm Isaias weakened as it moved away from South Florida on Sunday, with tropical-storm-force winds extending outward up to 115 miles. → Read More

Norcross: Tropical Storm Isaias is past Broward, moving north toward Florida’s east coast

Isaias tried to reorganize over the warm water of the Gulf Stream overnight, but the hostile upper winds and dry air won the battle. The maximum intensity of the winds has come down, but it remains a well-organized storm that can do damage if the core comes over the coast. It has been wobbling, but it is pretty much on track. → Read More

Norcross: Hurricane Isaias shrinks, forecast cone has worst weather avoiding Miami-Dade and Broward

Hurricane Isaias’ reach has gotten smaller Saturday morning, with hurricane-force winds extending outward up to 25 miles from the center and tropical-storm-force winds extending outward up to 115 miles. → Read More

Norcross: Hurricane Isaias is stronger on right side, good news for Florida

Hurricane Isaias has shown to be right-side dominant, with more of the bad weather to the east. That’s good news for Miami-Dade and Broward counties, not so much for Nassau. → Read More

Norcross: Tropical Storm Isaias forecast has ‘monstrous question marks’

Local 10 Hurricane Specialist Bryan Norcross says there are still many factors that make it tough to predict what Tropical Storm Isaias will look like when it emerges from the mountains of the Dominican Republic and heads toward South Florida. → Read More

Tropics heating up and Gonzalo forms in Atlantic

The tropical disturbance that moved over South Florida yesterday has an opportunity to organize in the central or northwestern Gulf of Mexico over the next couple of days. → Read More

Saharan dust still dominates but tropical disturbance could plow its way through

There is a tropical disturbance between Africa and the Caribbean islands that the computer model forecasts say is strong enough to plow through the dust and create a moister patch in the flow of air coming across the ocean. On the current schedule, it will arrive mid to late week. → Read More

Tropics are quiet, with dry air over South Florida temporarily

Dust and dry air from the Sahara Desert in Africa have spread over the tropical Atlantic. This so-called Saharan Air Layer tends to keep tropical systems from forming by acting like a giant sponge. → Read More

Disorganized Tropical Storm Arthur heads toward North Carolina

Tropical Storm Arthur formed more or less on schedule last night off the Florida coast. → Read More

Tropical Storm Karen struggling, but Florida should watch it

Disheveled Tropical Storm Karen is moving toward Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands through hostile upper winds, which are trying to tear the system apart. It may weaken in the short term, but the pattern is forecast to be conducive for development when it moves into the Atlantic north of the islands. → Read More

Humberto gaining strength; Tropical Depression Ten forms

Tropical Depression Ten has formed far out in the Atlantic and is forecast to become Tropical Storm Imelda. And Hurricane Humberto is gaining strength as it moves away from the U.S. but will be a close call for Bermuda. → Read More

4 tropical threats line up in Atlantic, 1 in Gulf of Mexico

The Tropical Depression centered east of the Bahamas is still struggling to organize as it slowly tracks offshore of Florida. Two other disturbances on the other side of the Atlantic will have to be watched. → Read More

VIDEO: Tropical storm warnings issued for Bahamas with new storm

Tropical storm warnings were issued Thursday afternoon for several of the same areas recently hit by Hurricane Dorian. → Read More

VIDEO: Tropical disturbance near Bahamas getting better organized

The tropical disturbance near the Bahamas is getting better organized. Computer forecast models are now showing very different possibilities for its development and movement. Everybody in the Southeast and the Bahamas should stay informed. Things may change fairly quickly. → Read More

Hurricane Dorian weakens to Category 3 storm, remains stalled over Bahamas

Hurricane Dorian continued to weaken as it stalled over the Bahamas, with parts of Florida's east coast feeling the impact of the storm. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Hurricane Dorian to make closest approach to South Florida Monday

Later today, Hurricane Dorian will make its closest approach to South Florida. Stronger winds will impact Florida farther north of Broward and Miami-Dade, but we will know the Category 5 hurricane is nearby. The northern Bahamas continue to be pummeled. → Read More

Hurricane Dorian strengthens to Category 5 with 175 mph winds

Hurricane Dorian is a now catastrophic Category 5 storm, the National Hurricane Center said Sunday morning. → Read More

Broward, Miami-Dade out of forecast cone, but Dorian bears watching

The latest advisory for Hurricane Dorian provides a bit of relief for South Florida residents as Miami-Dade County and Broward County are both out of the forecast cone of the storm. → Read More