Mon Oct 27 2014 08:48 AM
Watching Hanna & Invest 95L

12:30PM EDT 28 October 2014 Update
Beware the little tropical cyclone that doesn't give up the ghost. After having been declared dead, not once, but twice, the remnants of Hanna (NINE), are traveling more west-northwestward today, now offshore from the northern coast of Honduras, and the low is trying to reorganize. This feature is now being tracked as Invest 96L.

Elsewhere, just to the east of the northern Antilles, a tropical wave interacting with an upper level low just to its west is producing a large area of blustery showers. Development of this feature, if any, should initially be slow to occur given the less than ideal upper level winds at present. This feature is being tracked as Invest 95L.


Original Entry
The tropical low pressure area in the western Caribbean, a blend of remnants from TD NINE and a frontal merger, organized overnight, and sufficient data supports that Tropical Storm Hanna has formed. Special advisory products are being issued by NHC.

Tropical Storm Force winds are occurring in the western semicircle, within a band of heavy thunderstorms, and interests along the coasts and just inland of both Nicaragua and Honduras should be taking precautions for very heavy rains and potentially damaging winds.



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