Opelousas, LA 70570
Last Updated: 08/22/14 19:29:01 EDT
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 East Pacific
Storm Summary and Projection:
Hurricane Summary POSTED: August 22, 2014 4:59 p.m. Eastern Pacific Remains Active Three storms are currently tracking across the open waters of the eastern Pacific. Tropical Storm Marie will quickly intensify during the next 24 hours and is expected to become a hurricane late tonight or early Saturday morning. Marie will track to the west-northwest this weekend, parallel to the Mexican coastline. Marie will remain offshore, but rough surf and rip currents will impact the southwest Mexican coast this weekend. As the storm moves to the northwest, rough surf and rip currents produced by Marie will impact the Baja Peninsula. Hurricane Karina and Tropical Storm Lowell are over the open waters of the eastern Pacific and pose no threat to any land. Both systems are on the edge of marginally cooler. Both storms are expected to weaken through the weekend as the storms travel over the cooler waters. Rough surf and dangerous rip currents along the southern coast of Baja California will expand northward and there could be an increase in swells and rip currents along the Southern California beaches this weekend. An area of low pressure well southeast of the Hawaiian Islands will continue to track over the open waters of the Pacific Ocean. No imminent tropical development is forecast. By AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Alyson Hoegg


 East Pacific
Storm Summary and Projection:
Hurricane Summary POSTED: August 22, 2014 4:59 p.m. Eastern Pacific Remains Active Three storms are currently tracking across the open waters of the eastern Pacific. Tropical Storm Marie will quickly intensify during the next 24 hours and is expected to become a hurricane late tonight or early Saturday morning. Marie will track to the west-northwest this weekend, parallel to the Mexican coastline. Marie will remain offshore, but rough surf and rip currents will impact the southwest Mexican coast this weekend. As the storm moves to the northwest, rough surf and rip currents produced by Marie will impact the Baja Peninsula. Hurricane Karina and Tropical Storm Lowell are over the open waters of the eastern Pacific and pose no threat to any land. Both systems are on the edge of marginally cooler. Both storms are expected to weaken through the weekend as the storms travel over the cooler waters. Rough surf and dangerous rip currents along the southern coast of Baja California will expand northward and there could be an increase in swells and rip currents along the Southern California beaches this weekend. An area of low pressure well southeast of the Hawaiian Islands will continue to track over the open waters of the Pacific Ocean. No imminent tropical development is forecast. By AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Alyson Hoegg


 East Pacific
Storm Summary and Projection:
Hurricane Summary POSTED: August 22, 2014 4:59 p.m. Eastern Pacific Remains Active Three storms are currently tracking across the open waters of the eastern Pacific. Tropical Storm Marie will quickly intensify during the next 24 hours and is expected to become a hurricane late tonight or early Saturday morning. Marie will track to the west-northwest this weekend, parallel to the Mexican coastline. Marie will remain offshore, but rough surf and rip currents will impact the southwest Mexican coast this weekend. As the storm moves to the northwest, rough surf and rip currents produced by Marie will impact the Baja Peninsula. Hurricane Karina and Tropical Storm Lowell are over the open waters of the eastern Pacific and pose no threat to any land. Both systems are on the edge of marginally cooler. Both storms are expected to weaken through the weekend as the storms travel over the cooler waters. Rough surf and dangerous rip currents along the southern coast of Baja California will expand northward and there could be an increase in swells and rip currents along the Southern California beaches this weekend. An area of low pressure well southeast of the Hawaiian Islands will continue to track over the open waters of the Pacific Ocean. No imminent tropical development is forecast. By AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Alyson Hoegg


 
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