The month of June is NOT fully over with and already, we got Four Named Storms! Four named storms in the Atlantic, Say hello to Tropical Storm Danielle.
It was just an area of disturbed weather just last week before becoming a Tropical Depression late in the afternoon yesterday before getting the name "Danielle" earlier this morning. Winds of 45 mph as of the 10:00am Central Time (16:00 UTC) Advisory from the National Hurricane Center. With a Pressure of 1007 millibars, moving west at 7 mph, nearing the Mexican coast with landfall expected between the evening and the nighttime hours.
Tropical Storm Warnings has been issued by the Mexican Government from Rio Panuco to Laguna Verde as the storm begins to knock on Mexico's door with moderate to heavy rainfall, flooding possible, and of course, mudslides are possible as well as the storm comes in later tonight or maybe earlier this evening.
Projected Path shows the storm to weaken as Danielle enters the Mexican coast earlier this evening to later in the nighttime hours with the overnight hours to earlier Tuesday morning downgrading to a Post-Tropical system as it moves inland, bringing rain to the inland areas from Tuxpan to north of Mexico City. Danielle is the earliest fourth named storm to form in the Atlantic since Tropical Storm Debby back in 2012. So I guess the record for earliest "D" Named Storm to form has now been shattered. But besides all that, all is quiet, we had an invest in the Eastern Pacific just last week but it got ripped into shreds. So all and all, things are quiet in the world of Tropics, with Danielle being the only player in the game.
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