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Tropical Storm Seymour



Sunday, October 23, 2016

invest 91E has been elevated to tropical depression 20 Echo and is expected to reach tropical storm status later today.  It is currently several hundred miles west of Manzanillo and is forecast to track NW well away from land during its life cycle. 
It will become our 18th tropical storm of the season.  His name will be Saymore.  Around Tuesday he is expected to reach minimal hurricane strength as this weak system moves slowly toward Hawaii and be a post tropical low by next Friday. 


Monday, October 24, 2016

He is expected to spin up to a cat 1 himicane today, tomorrow a cat 2 himicane and on Wednesday a cat 3 major himicane then Thursday back to a cat 1 storm as he reaches colder waters.
He is currently due south of the cape and due west of Manzanillo.   The forecast track is NNW keeping it well away from land. 

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

himicane Seymour. He spun up yesterday morning to a cat 1 hurricane. Today he is expected to reach cat 2 and major hurricane status (cat 3) with 130 knot winds later today then back to cat 2 status tomorrow. Wednesday night a cat 1 and Thursday a tropical depression. Seymour is expected to dissipate by next weekend while still far offshore from the U.S. and Mexico. However, some of Seymour’s moisture could get entrained into a strong mid latitude storm expected to plow into northern and central California late in the weekend, bringing welcome rains and mountain snows to the state.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Brother Seymour now a major storm, category 4.  He is expected to maintain cat 4 strength all day with estimated 140 knot winds, then tomorrow a cat 2 and Friday be plutoed to a tropical depression. He is currently around 400 miles west of the cape and will continue moving NW over the next couple of days before dissipating this weekend.  There is no threat to land from Seymour.

Tropical waves: one in mid Atlantic and one is passing through Cuba this morning

Thursday, October 27, 2016

himicane Seymour is now a cat one storm and is expected to Pluto to a tropical storm later today.  His track has been pretty much NW however starting today the track is forecast to be NE making a slow bend toward the peninsula.  Friday afternoon Seymour is expected to further Pluto to a tropical depression and completely dissipate west of Turtle Bay probably on Sunday, Long range is showing nothing new on our tropical horizon. 

Friday, October 28, 2016

former himicane Seymour.  He has been plutoed to a post tropical depression currently with only 30K winds or less and is now several hundred miles pretty much due west of Abreojos.  There is a long plume of clouds radiating from Seymour and heading NE toward Ensenada and San Diego with minor bands moving over the northern and central sea this morning. He is expected to be completely dissipated on Sunday just in time for the HaHa to start.