As Dorian Menaces Brevard Coast, Two Other Storms Brew as Hurricane Season Nears Peak
By Space Coast Daily // September 3, 2019
Tropical Storm Fernand THREATENS MEXICO, is sixth named storm of the season
(FOX NEWS) – While attention has been focused on Hurricane Dorian as it ravages the Bahamas and menaces the Southeast coast of the U.S., another tropical system is threatening Mexico this week as hurricane season nears its peak.
The National Hurricane Center said Tuesday that a disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico has become Tropical Storm Fernand, the sixth named storm of the season.
The system currently has sustained winds of 40 mph and is located about 160 east of La Pesca, Mexico and moving west at 7 mph.
A tropical storm warning has been issued in Mexico from Barra del Tordo to the Mouth of the Rio Grande River on the U.S. border with Texas. An NOAA Hurricane Hunter aircraft is scheduled to investigate the storm Tuesday afternoon to provide more information on the intensity.
“A motion toward the west-northwest is forecast tonight and Wednesday,” the NHC said.
“This motion could bring the center of Fernand near or over the coast of northeastern Mexico late Wednesday.”
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SPACE COAST DAILY TV HURRICANE DORIAN 11 A.M. TUESDAY UPDATE: Space Daily’s Chris Bonanno discusses the latest report by the National Hurricane Center on Hurricane Dorian as of 11 a.m. Tuesday.
NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER 11 A.M. UPDATE:
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The National Hurricane Center reported at 11 a.m. Tuesday that Hurricane Dorian weakened to a CAT 2.
The NHC forecast path continues to shift east as the center of the storm is now predicted to pass the Brevard County coastline at 100 mph approximately 60 to 80 miles east of the coast overnight on Tuesday.
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