Tropical Update 2010: Invest 90E Expected To Become...TD One E Tonight?

By: hurricaneben , 6:00 PM GMT on May 28, 2010

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Just like I predicted, thanks to wind shear weaker than usual in the E. Pacific, Invest 90E is probably only hours away from becoming our first tropical depression of the Pacific hurricane season! It just keeps on getting more impressive and more impressive and this system could not only become our first tropical depression, but if it keeps on drifting nearly stationary towards land, may have a slight chance of even becoming our first HURRICANE of the Atlantic season. Now the chances of that are not too far above slim and that probably won't happen but it does look like a possibility and if that happens, areas like Honduras and Nicaguara will get one hell of a storm! Deadly mudslides, messy torrential downpours and strong gusty winds is a decent possibility even if this becomes a tropical storm which is a good 60-70% chance. But if this crosses Mexico and exits out into the Carribean as a remmant low, it might re-organize and a tropical depression approaching Cuba and perhaps Extreme Southern Florida is not likely but then again not extremely unlikely. So Central America and maybe even the Carribean may have to watch this thing very and I mean VERY carefully. I'll keep you posted.

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Will devote this hurricane season to provide up-to-the-minute, basic information when a tropical system is threatening land. Both basins included.