Wed May 29 2013 07:15 PM
Re: Hurricane Barbara Making Landfall - Heads Toward Bay of Campeche

I believe that the earliest hurricane landfall (hurricanes in the Pacific & Atlantic, so I am sure we are not considering typhoons and cyclones), would be the recently discovered Hurricane Amanda (1863).

I agree with you about the tropical feed xBarbara may play with this week's severe weather in the CONUS. On the other hand, should whatever is left of Barbara actually pull something together, it could serve to limit some of that inflow, keeping more of it locked in the Gulf.

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