Friday, June 25, 2010

Tropical Depression has formed in Caribbean

From the National Weather Service:
Our first tropical depression of the 2010 Atlantic Hurricane Season has formed near Honduras in the western Caribbean. Winds are 35 mph and movement is WNW-10 mph. The current forecast calls for a path across the Yucatan Peninsula over the weekend into the central gulf by the first of next week. Some strengthening is possible before landfall this weekend and next week into a Tropical Storm. The colored cones are uncertainty in the forecast path.

And if it does turn into a tropical storm and hit the central Gulf, what an oily mess that will be.

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