Hurricane Rina Threatens Mexico

October 25, 2011 by staff 

Hurricane Rina Threatens Mexico, Rina hurricane continued strengthening of the night and now the storm with winds of 100 mph. Is expected to become a major hurricane tomorrow, as it moves slowly toward the northwest of the Yucatan Peninsula.
As you can see the possible paths for the system are still many, but it seems increasingly unlikely to significantly threaten Rina Florida.

In its forecast discussion National Hurricane Center forecasters Richard and Chris Landsea Easter discard the GFDL model solution, Amnesty International provides the only track in Florida, artificial insemination of the other, and expect to turn towards Rina this, in response to a cold front moves through Houston on Thursday and in the Gulf of Mexico later.

This seems a reasonable solution, although you may die Rina in Central America or the Yucatan Peninsula.

In any case, no player becoming a good week to be in resorts like Cancun, since Aore going to get a lot of rain, the best, and windy at worst. Beyond there, becoming the protagonist is still uncertainty in the storm, the track became the protagonist and the intensity.

Rina Behind exist in the Caribbean Sea, becoming the protagonist of another system worth seeing (Invest 97L) located in the southeastern part of the basin and to the west. Early follow-up models and unreliable for this broad area of ??low pressure that brought to the center of the Caribbean Sea in the coming days:
This is not a system that will affect Texas, but again Florida and Cuba need to observe the signs of development.

Closer to home, the big question is whether on Thursday, becoming the leading cold front will bring some rain with it.

Unfortunately, while the models suggest that the front is likely to bring widespread rain showers with him, that Aore not expect all that heavy or long lasting. Thus, the most likely outcome seems to be the accumulation of rain from 0 to half an inch between Wednesday night and Friday morning.

Frankly I think the region will be lucky to get the generalized accumulation of half an inch of rain.

The front should bring cooler temperatures this weekend, with sunny days, highs in the 70′s and lows in the upper 40′s and 50 years.

Interestingly, the Office Houston / Galveston National Weather Service said that one of the models, European, brings a storm system in the region on Halloween night, raising the possibility of disturbance during the first trick-or-treating time. So far none of the other forecasting models of this, so they probably won, AOT and high pressure happen probably prevail.

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