Tropical Storm Adrian has formed, Where is it Headed?

Posted by on Wednesday, May 10, 2017
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Tropical Storm Adrian has formed about 740 km south-southeast of Salina Cruz Mexico and is moving northwestward well south of the coast of Mexico.

Maximum sustained winds are at 75 km/h.

Adrian is expected to become a hurricane by tomorrow and could reach category two strength by Friday.

Although the central convection has weakened during the past few hours, the overall cloud pattern has changed very little in organization.

The cyclone most likely will begin to meander well south of Mexico in 3 days.

While there are no warnings in effect, the storm could have a profound impact on the southeast coast of Mexico early next week.

Some models hint at the storm surviving its track over land and re-emerging in the Gulf of Mexico. The latest ECMWF weakens the cyclone to a broad area of low pressure within the next 5 days. 

We are monitoring developments with Adrian. Keep checking back for updates.

The Team

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