Friday, June 12, 2009

Tropical Update

Between June 8th and 10th, Mars triggered the Solar Eclipse of January 26, 2009. The Weather Alternative mentioned that this indicated storm potential, possibly tropical in nature, that would affect the southern coast of Mexico centering around 95 west longitude and 13 north latitude.

The Mexican Weather Service issued a special advisory for the southern coast during this period. Mexican meteorologists warned the potential for locally strong to intense rains and electrical storms. (See Spanish quote below) The areas marked with red boxes show the areas in question.

Potencial de lluvias fuertes a localmente intensas con actividad eléctrica en Sureste del país.

Solar Eclipse Action For June and July 2009
Introduction to the Weather Alternative
How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made


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