Tropical Storm Emily has strengthened a bit tonight, now with winds around 60 MPH. Recon is scheduled to fly into the storm sometime tomorrow so we may have a better idea then on what it will do.
It appears emily will stay on a very westerly course, south of the larger Caribbean islands, and eventually head toward the Yucatan. At that point, east of the Yucatan, the cone of error could take it into the gulf or continue it on into Mexico. More time to watch it. The Caymans, and Jamaica, as well as the Leewards (Who are under hurricane watches) need to watch out for this system.
Beyond Emily, is another area of disturbed weather that will likely be TD#6 sometime tomorrow.
More to come later.
More to come later... in the meantime, look at the blogs below for more Emily information.
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