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TD 16 Now Inland
      #95957 - Sun Sep 20 2015 05:49 PM





A tropical cyclone, Invest 91E, has been determined by the NHC to have enough going on to be classified as a Tropical Depression, and advisories have started on SIXTEEN in the EASTPAC.

As of its first advisory, SIXTEEN was centered near 25.0N 113.7W with an estimated minimum central pressure of 1003mb and maximum sustained winds of 35 MPH.

This cyclone has been traveling north-northwest at around 15 MPH recently, and is expected to return to a more northerly track soon, and then north-northeasterly, ultimately taking the center of the tropical cyclone into the Gulf of California on Monday, and then across the Arizona border Monday night.

Whether or not SIXTEEN is named, Baja California, northwest Mexico, and the Southwest United States will likely receive areas of copious rains, with some storms even possibly training over the same locations. These tropical rains will likely result in dangerous, even life-threatening floods and mudslides.

Title edited to reflect change in storm impacts

Edited by cieldumort (Mon Sep 21 2015 11:45 AM)


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Re: TD 16 Forecast to Enter Arizona [Re: cieldumort]
      #95958 - Sun Sep 20 2015 09:11 PM

HWRF 9-20-18Z Forecast of Composite Radar for Monday Sept. 21 5PM MST


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Re: TD 16 Gulf of California. Arizona Under Flash Flood Watches. [Re: cieldumort]
      #95959 - Mon Sep 21 2015 03:52 AM

Some TD SIXTEEN Related Webcams



Bahia Concepcion, Sea of Cortez, Mexico

Hermosillo, Mx

San Pedro de la Cueva, Mexico




Bisbee, Az

Sierra Vista, Az

AZDOT Tucson, Az

Tucson, Az

Mount Lemmon, Az

Senoita, Az

AZDOT Mesa, Az

Scottsdale, Az

Avondale, Az

Tempe, Az

Overgaard, Az



Silver City, Nm


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