Sunday, July 28, 2013

Tropical Storm DORIAN Deminishes to a Depression

As expected, tropical storm Dorian is continuing to weaken because of wind shear and dry air that is causing the storm not to stay organized. Presently, the storm is now just a tropical wave with winds below 40 MPH.  Besides the gusty winds, the storm is still producing rain. Another low to form off of the Africa coast is expected soon, but at this time, there really is no further reason to comment on Dorian unless it picks up strength again as it moves near Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and possibly near the Bahamas. Even though I will no longer report on this storm unless it gets stronger, I will watch this storm and report any increase in strength.
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