Tropical Storm Dorian Dying in Atlantic

By  //  July 27, 2013

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WIND SPEEDS DECREASE TO 40 MPH

ABOVE VIDEO: The Weather Channel’s Jim Cantore describes Dorian as a Tropical Storm that is “on life support”.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — The National Hurricane Center issued its Saturday Morning, July 27th advisory about Tropical Storm Dorian.

Dry air and unfavorable storm conditions have weakened Tropical Storm Dorian. Maximum sustained winds have dropped to 40 miles per hour.  Dorian is located at  18.2°N 50.0°W and moving West Northwest at 22 MPH, with maximum sustained winds at 40 MPH and minimum pressure 10011 MB.

Current projections on computer models show Dorian dissipating and not impacting Brevard County. SEE PROJECTION CONE AND SATELLITE IMAGE BELOW

Image courtesy of National Hurricane Center

Image courtesy of National Hurricane Center

Image Courtesy of National Hurricane Center

Image Courtesy of National Hurricane Center

 

 


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