Tropical Update 2010: First Depression Of The Atlantic Season Possible, Monster Celia

By: hurricaneben , 2:40 PM GMT on June 25, 2010

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Hi, fellow hurricane trackers. I'm deeply sorry I missed out on all the blogging but I have come back today. Let's start off with the Atlantic basin. This Invest 93L in the Carribean we've been tracking over the past week or so is already banding and a tropical depression may be on the way perhaps as early as 2 PM today. The recon is sent out to investigate this system in a matter of a couple of hours and they have a pretty good chance of declaring this a tropical depression. So if it does become a tropical cyclone, where will it go? Well it is supposed to at least affect the Yucatan Penninsula Of Mexico this weekend and then head out into the Gulf Of Mexico possibly and slam into the Gulf coast probably in the TX/LA/MS area and uh oh for the oil spill. Regardless, anywhere from the TX/Mexico border to the Florida Panhandle should pay really close attention to the potential Tropical Storm Alex. Elsewhere in the Atlantic basin, there is a very disorganized tropical disturbance which development will be slow to occur if any. Now let's shift our eyes to the Eastern Pacific basin and oh no, we've got a Category 5 Hurricane Celia on our hands along with a Category 2 Hurricane Darby. Now 2 hurricanes and one major, er--CAT.5 hurricane! The good news is, though, both storms are supposed to stay out to sea and not affect any land mass significantly unless some increased waves and showers in Mexico from Darby count. So bottom line is anywhere in the Gulf coast possibly Northern Mexico keep your eyes peeled on the possible TS Alex maybe even hurricane as one of the models suggest.

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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.