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By: latinamericansummary , 10:13 PM GMT on September 04, 2014
Weather Underground Forecast for Saturday, September 06, 2014
Tropical cyclone development is not anticipated across the Atlantic Basin on Saturday, while the tropics will remain active over the eastern Pacific. In the eastern Pacific, Hurricane Norbert is expected to maintain category 1 hurricane strength as it move north northwestward along the west coast of Baja California. Norbert will be located approximately 450 nautical miles south of Ensenada, Mexico, with wind speeds ranging between 74 to 95 mph (64 to 82 kts). This system is forecast to usher showers and thunderstorms across portions of Baja California and northwest Mexico. In addition, high surf and dangerous storm surge can be expected along the central coast of Baja California. Meanwhile, monsoonal moisture will continue to initiate thunderstorms across central and southern Mexico, while the northeastern corner of the country will stay mostly clear of precipitation. Mexico City can expect morning showers, as well as afternoon and evening thunderstorms with a high of 71(F)/ 21(C). In the Atlantic Basin, a tropical wave of low pressure will be located approximately 300 nautical miles southwest of the Cape Verde Islands. This system will have a low, 10% chance to develop into a tropical cyclone as it moves westward over the eastern Atlantic. For more information regarding the tropics, please visit http://www.wunderground.com/hurricane/.
In South America, an area of low pressure will inch eastward over the central coast of Argentina, bringing moderate to heavy rain to the region. A cold front associated with this system will extend north northwestward. Heavy rain and thunderstorms will develop along this frontal boundary over northeast Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and southeast Brazil. A trough of low pressure will also move light to moderate precipitation across southern Chile on Saturday.
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