As we about to end August and go into September, looks like the Atlantic is ready is heat up as we head to the peak months of the 2014 Hurricane Season and already, we got an Invest, Invest 96-L. Invest means that the National Hurricane Center is investigating this system and brought out their newest technology, Possible Development Area
Right now, it has winds of 40 mph, which is Tropical Storm strength, but it needs circulation to be called a Tropical Storm. Next in the List is Cristobal. Winds of 40 mph and a barometric pressure of 1010 mb, with an 80% of development from the NHC.
Cristobal will be our third named storm for the 2014 season in the Atlantic, however in the Pacific, 3 Storms still active, Karina, Lowell, and Marie, no threat to land. Karina came back as a Hurricane, Lowell downgraded to a Tropical Storm with a huge perfected eye, and Marie has just been named early today and will become a Major Hurricane by next week.
The main focus for everyone this weekend is Invest 96-L as it moves Northwest meaning it could be a threat to the US, but not sure? We have to wait for the answer on where 96-L will go and will it become Cristobal? Watch and listen to the news for more updates on this storm.
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