Monday, December 12, 2016

THE 1008 SURFACE LOW HAS MOVED INLAND OVER SOUTHEAST NICARAGUA

 RALPH'S TROPICAL WEATHER

1008 MB SURFACE LOW MOVE INLAND ALONG THE SOUTHEAST NICARAGUA COAST.  THE CIRCULATION FROM THIS SYSTEM IS PRODUCING HEAVY RAIN BANDS OVER THIS REGION AND HONDURANS.  FLASH FLOODS AND DEADLY MUDSLIDES STILL THE MAIN THREAT.


NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER


...THE CARIBBEAN SEA...

Upper level cyclonic wind flow is to the west of the line that
runs from 11N75W at the coast of Colombia, to 17N81W, to the
Gulf of Honduras. Upper level anticyclonic wind flow is curving
away from the area of cyclonic wind flow, toward Cuba and
Hispaniola. A 1008 mb low pressure center is near 11N83W, along
the SE coast of Nicaragua. Convective precipitation: widely
scattered moderate to isolated strong from 11N to 18N between
80W and 87W,covering parts of Nicaragua and Honduras, and the
coastal waters of each country.
 

 

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