Tuesday, July 2, 2013
Tropical Storm Dalila Stalled and Weakening
Tropical storm Dalila appears to have almost completely stalled, now moving at only 2 MPH. This storm still has a wind speed of 65 MPH with gusts to 70 MPH, but it is expected to gradually dissipate as it moves to due west into the ocean. The storm should no longer pose any danger to the Mexican coastline. But there is another storm brewing known as Invest 97E that is in the process of developing which should follow the path of Dalila, but is beginning further to the south near the Guatemala coast. Residents along the coast of Mexico should be aware of this one.