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Himicane Lester




Friday, August 26, 2016

tropical storm Lester that is expected to spin up to hurricane status tomorrow. Lester is several hundred miles SW of the cape and continues to track west and will pose no threat to land.

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Lester is a cat 1 himicane and is forecast to intensify to a cat 2 probably tomorrow and continue moving mostly due west and poses not threat to land. 

Monday, August 29, 2016

Early yesterday the forecast for Lester was to weaken, but ney ney not only did Lester not weaken but he is now cranked up to be a MAJOR HURRICANE Cat 3.  He is well out in the pacific and will pose no danger to Mexico or Baja, Hawaii may be a different story.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Lester who is starting to weaken.  He is currently a Major Hurricane (cat 3) and closer to Hawaii than Mexico.  He is forecast to continue on his track to Hawaii and pass just to the north of the big Island and parallel the islands for a couple of days starting this weekend.

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

      Himicane Lester is still a major hurricane (CAt 4) with 160mph winds.  He is still on track to pass just to the north of the big island of Hawaii this weekend as a category one hurricane and the cone of influence blankets all the islands.
Nothing to worry about here in Baja from these storms.  today. 

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Brother Lester has just been plutoed for a cat 4 Major Hurricane to a Cat 3 major hurricane and is still on track to pass just to the north of Hawaii this weekend.  More rain and flooding are expected.  These are unprecedented events to have not just one hurricane hit the islands but two in the same week. It’s like someone pissed off King KomAlongIWanaLayYeh. 

Friday, September 2, 2016

Still a cat 3 and slowly moving to the north side of hawaii this am.

Saturday, September 3, 2016

Lester is still bringing rain to the Hawaiian islands but this will be the last post for this storm.