Alex a Tropical Storm again

116After spending some time raining itself out over the Yucatan Peninsula, Alex is once again a tropical storm. Before making landfall, the system had maximum sustained winds of near 65 mph, which is just under hurricane force. Now that the storm is over open waters, the warm Gulf will act to fuel this potential hurricane further. The only good news is that with strong high pressure near Florida, the track will tend more westerly and away from the oil problems in the upper Gulf. Current trends indicate a landfall on the eastern coast of Mexico around Wednesday.


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This post was written by qni_it on June 28, 2010

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