The Seasons Begin

By: j2008 , 1:06 AM GMT on May 20, 2012

The 2012 East Pacific and Atlantic Hurricane Seasons have begun! Today TS Alberto formed and just a few hours later roared to 60 MPH and had a pressure drop from 1009 to 995. At this time Alberto has been strugleing with his structure and the center of circulation has been hard to find. Alberto, in my opinion will survive tonight and during Dmin strengthen to a strong tropical storm by morning (70 MPH). In the East Pacific; Aletta, who has been hanging on to Tropical Depression Status for the past day or so, has finally dissipated and become a memory of the season. 92E has struggled this past week and at times looked like it was dead for sure, but nevertheless it has come back and has a 30% chance of becomeing a Tropical Cyclone. Personally I believe that if its organization trend continues that it will be at 40% at next update. Here is the link to the atcf's web site where you can monitor the storms progress.Link

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3. j2008
3:12 AM GMT on May 20, 2012
Definatly will add some maps in my next blog. Thanks for the input.
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2. nigel20
1:38 AM GMT on May 20, 2012
Thanks j2008
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1. GeorgiaStormz
1:17 AM GMT on May 20, 2012
It is nice, but you should add some maps and images.
Hope that helps. :)
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