[CURRENT STATUS] Hurricane Elsa maintained strength as it emerged again into the Atlantic. As per 8 AM EDT advisory of the National Hurricane Center. Elsa was located at 40.2N 73.1W or about 90 miles (140 kilometers) Southwest of Montauk Point, NY with sustain winds of 50 mph, gusting up to
[CURRENT STATUS] Hurricane Elsa slightly weakens as it becomes less organized. As per 5 AM EDT advisory of the National Hurricane Center. Elsa was located at 28.5N, 83.5W or about 50 miles (75 kilometers) South-Southwesr of Cedar Key, Fl, or about 70 miles (115 kilometers) West-Northwest of Tampa, FL with
Tropical Storm Elsa is still intensifying under moderate shear, and now as of the latest Force Thirteen analysis, it’s now a 70mph tropical storm with a minimum central pressure of 998mb. Force Thirteen will be running a live coverage on Elsa very soon at 16:00EDT as it’s heading towards Florida.
[CURRENT STATUS]Hurricane Elsa slightly weakens as it becomes less organized. As per 5 AM AST advisory of the National Hurricane Center. Elsa was located at 16.2N, 69.0W or about 190 miles (310 kilometers) East-Southeast of Isla Beata Dominican Republic with sustain winds of 75 mph, gusting up to 90 mph,
Radar image of Tropical Storm Danny at 1937z on June 28 (image via Radarscope) The National Hurricane Center, as of their 3:05 pm Eastern Daylight Time special update (1905 z update) observed winds off of the Charleston, South Carolina radar that indicated, that Tropical Depression Four had organized enough and
Hurricane Iota is now weakening rapidly over Central America, and will be long gone if it doesn’t decide to reform over the Eastern Pacific. However, that scenario is looking unlikely, so it is time to look to the recovery phase of the tropical cyclone response. The damage from the system
Hurricane Iota has now made landfall near the town of Haulover in Nicaragua, and is expected to rapidly weaken soon. Iota is located at 13.7 degrees north, 83.9 degrees west, at about 40 miles southwest of Puerto Cabezas in Nicaragua, and about 105 miles south-southwest of the town of Cabo
As of the latest National Hurricane Center forecast, Advisory 15, Hurricane Iota is a 155mph(250km/h) major hurricane currently in the process of landfalling on the eastern coast of Nicaragua. The pressure of the system is 920mbar, and portions of Nicaragua are currently suffering extremely severe conditions. Hurricane Iota will landfall