11PM Update No Hurricane tonight, but it has the potential during the early morning to strengthen. Hopefully it will get more disorganized and not make that.
Skeetobite's Maps: Hurricane Warning Area and Forecast Track:
Regardless, there is now a Hurricane Warning from Pascagoula, Mississippi east toward Destin. Expect Category 1 hurricane strength within 24 hours in that location..
Original Update Tropical Storm Arlene is gaining some organization tonight. And likely may be named the first Hurricane of the 2005 season. The latest Aircraft Recon Report has the windspeed a bit up and may indicate it may reach hurricane strength later tonight.
We'll be watching it closely, of course, as Hurricane Watches and tropical storm warnings are up along the northern gulf coast, from Mississippi to the Florida Panhandle. Folks further east along the Florida coast will want to watch this one as well in case the center reforms closer to the western florida coastline. Still the latest track trends toward the Florida Panhandle, and is the most likely location.
More to come. See updates from Clark Evans and Jason Kelley below. I
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