Hurricane center identifies possible tropical development

Hurricane center identifies possible tropical development

Hurricane center identifies possible tropical development

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Tropical Storm Norman strengthened slightly overnight and is forecast to become a hurricane today. Mountain View on the Big Island recorded 52.02 inches (132 centimeters) of rain from August 22 through Sunday. Ingrid makes landfall near La Pesca, Mexico, then weakens into a tropical depression. Tropical development right now is unlikely.

Forecasters are keeping tabs on a pair of hurricanes spinning in the Eastern Pacific far east-southeast of the Hawaiian Islands.

The storm has gained a little more strength and is expected to move into the Central Pacific Basin (crossing 140 W) later today.

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In an update on Wednesday afternoon, the NHC said a vigorous low-pressure area associated with a tropical wave is forecast to form between the coast of Africa and the Cabo Verde Islands on Thursday. Hurricane Miriam and Norman are Category 1 storms with wind speeds of 75 miles per hour.

As far as active storms we're watching, we have 2 out in the Pacific. Heavy rain and mudslides are blamed for at least 13 deaths.

Located about 2,573 miles east of Hilo, Norman used to be packing maximum sustained winds of Sixty 5 mph whereas transferring west-northwest at 10 mph at 5 a.m., in step with the National Storm Heart.

"Over the next six weeks we will see a steady parade of strong tropical waves emerging from the coast of Africa, and some of these waves will be capable of acting as the seeds for the most unsafe type of Atlantic hurricanes - the Cape Verde storms", said Weather Underground co-founder Jeff Masters in his Category 6 blog.

Nonetheless the storm is much from land and no coastal watches or warning are in assemble.

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