Tag Archive | "eastern pacific"

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Tropical Storm Howard weakens as it moves west

The National Hurricane Center reports Tropical Storm Howard is moving west through the Pacific and should begin to continue weakening.

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This system is moving to the west at 10 to 15 mph, placing it west of 140W in the Central Pacific Hurricane Center area of responsibility Thursday afternoon or evening. Once in the central Pacific, development, if any, would be slow to occur.

Thunderstorm system moving into Central Pacific

This system is moving to the west at 10 to 15 mph, placing it west of 140W in the Central Pacific Hurricane Center area of responsibility Thursday afternoon or evening. Once in the central Pacific, development, if any, would be slow to occur.

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GOES-11 satellites eyeing two Eastern Pacific areas for tropical development

Hurricane season 2009: Two Eastern Pacific lows (Eastern Pacific)

GOES-11 satellites eyeing two Eastern Pacific areas for tropical development

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Carlos is predicted to move to within about 720 miles southeast of the Hawaiian Islands on Saturday, July 18, 2009.

NASA sees Carlos power back up to hurricane status in 3-D

Carlos is predicted to move to within about 720 miles southeast of the Hawaiian Islands on Saturday, July 18, 2009.

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Fourth Tropical Depression likely to become Carlos over the weekend. Image by NOAA-NASA GOES Project. July 10, 2009 2100 UTC

Hurricane Season 2009: Tropical Depression 4E (Eastern Pacific)

Fourth Tropical Depression likely to become Carlos over the weekend. Image by NOAA-NASA GOES Project. July 10, 2009 2100 UTC

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The first tropical depression of the season has formed in the Eastern Pacific Ocean and it is already forecast to make an impact. Landfall is expected in western central Mexico in the very early morning hours on Saturday June 20.

Tropical Depression One forms in Eastern Pacific

The first tropical depression of the season has formed in the Eastern Pacific Ocean and it is already forecast to make an impact. Landfall is expected in western central Mexico in the very early morning hours on Saturday June 20.

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Another Eastern Pacific low with tropical possibilities

Another Eastern Pacific low with tropical possibilities

By Rob Gutro, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center Last week’s low pressure system in the eastern Pacific Ocean that was about 1,000 miles southwest of the Baja California fizzled out. This week, there’s a new low pressure area in the eastern Pacific that forecasters are watching and it is closer to the western Mexican coast. […]

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