National Hurricane Center
August 1, 2011 by USA Post
The system, currently located 250 miles east of Martinique, has a 90 percent chance of becoming a tropical cyclone, according to an update in the morning from the center headquartered in South Miami -Dade.
Monday morning, a reconnaissance aircraft of the Air Force flew through the system and determined that it had tropical storm force winds, no organized circulation center. However, the center said that conditions in the area “remains conducive to a tropical depression or tropical storm to form later today or tomorrow.”
If the weather pattern is intensified, became a tropical depression or tropical storm Emily. Scientists are now monitoring Tropical Storm Eugene in the Pacific Ocean, and it is projected that this could strengthen into a hurricane.
For now, heavy rains and gusty winds are expected in the north of the Windward Islands and Leeward Islands. Another hurricane hunter aircraft is scheduled to fly in the disturbance at 2 pm to collect more information.
The first models of monitoring are the projection of the developing storm could hover over the Spanish, but the storm is not yet fully organized, it is unclear what area of?? Florida that could affect you. Some models predict that the storm could veer to the west coast of Florida into the Gulf of Mexico, while other forecasts show the storm initial development of riding up the east coast to Daytona Beach.
“In 48 hours, will remain in the Caribbean. Where will be after in relation to south Florida is still too early to tell,” said Diana Goeller, a meteorologist at the hurricane with the support of the National Hurricane Center.
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