S.T.D 11 forms in the northeast Atlantic; Ivo may dissipate later today

The second Subtropical system in 72 hours has formed in the Northeast Atlantic. Here’s a rundown:

  • 36.2 North, 46.1 West
  • 1060 miles West of the Azores
  • Currently stationery, expected to turn toward the north tonight.
  • Maximum Sustained Winds are 30 knots, or 35 miles per hour.
  • Could become a Tropical or Subtropical Storm later today.
  • Estimated Minimal Central Pressure at 1007 millibars.

Tropical Depression Ivo is forecast to possibly impact the Baja Peninsula as a Remnant Low. Ivo has sure become badly organized in the last couple of days. I remember that the day it was named, I thought it was going to at least bottom out as a Category 2 or 3, but the conditions sure as heck weren’t favorable for that.

UPDATE 9:49 AM – The Tropical Storm Watch for the Baja Peninsula was also canceled. I wonder why :p


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