Fri Nov 07 2008 01:31 PM
The season end is near

Paloma is just about a memory now after making it to Cat 4 for a short time. For now things seem to fit right in with the end of the season nearing. We will see.

Hurricane Paloma is now a Cat 4 hurricane with winds to 135 mph. It is nearing the Little Caymans as of 5:30am EST.

Hurricane Paloma, currently a Category 1 Hurricane, is approaching Grand Cayman, and should move somewhat slowly over it and Cuba and perhaps strengthen into a major Hurricane before landfalling in Cuba.

Once past Cuba it should head generally northeastward away from the US. As it passes over Cuba the forward speed of Paloma is in doubt, depending on how much of it survives Cuba. We'll be watching.

'Cuban Radar Mosaic Recording of Paloma Approach
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Martinique Radar
Leeward Island cams (HurricaneCity)


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