Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Alex Making Landfall

Hurricane Alex is making landfall as a category 2 with winds of 100 mph, gusting to 115 mph. Take a look at the satelite image below:

The eye of the hurricane is 111 miles south of Brownsville, Texas. The pressure of the hurricane is down to 948, making this a very strong storm even though the winds are only at 100 mph. It appears the most damage/deaths from this storm will be post landfall. The slow movement and abundant moisture will allow for very heavy rains in south Texas and northern Mexico, where flooding is already occurring. The remnants of this system will likely sit over northern Miexico for the next several days.

Alex Pickman


Blogger Fannic Yin said...

Hi Alex,

I am Fannic. Pardon me, though a stranger to you personally, for take liberty to asking for your help.

Our team has developed a weather forecast App named MoWeather, and registered facebook ID and other SNS ID, but when I register twitter I found you are the owner of ID @MoWeather. Could you do me a huge favor to pass this ID to us? If possible, we can make up for your inconvenience. We will appreciate you for your help :)


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