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  The Storm Meister's Tropical Weather and High Seas Reports  
 

 

 

 

 

Tropical Weather and High Seas Forecasts For Week of Saturday, October 20 thru Friday, October 26, 2018

 


 

 

SUMMARY

Nothing brewing on the Atlantic/Caribbean side, but, once again the Pacific Coast is spawning a train of shore hugging disturbances all hooking east rather than west.  One, still below tropical cyclone level and one already developed into Tropical Storm Vicente, is described below.

 

CENTRAL PACIFIC 

CURRENT STORMS

NO CURRENT STORMS COVERED

 

EASTERN PACIFIC

CURRENT STORMS

TROPICAL STORM VICENTE

Vicente, is expected to turn east over the mainland of Mexico on Wednesday, probably as a tropical storm or less, though with a forward motion of only 2 knots, intensity and rain figures could change on a dime.  Current models call for a passage only 58 nautical miles from Puerto Vallarta, so Mexican Riviera cruises are certain to be affected. 

 

ATLANTIC/CARIBBEAN/GULF OF MEXICO

 

CURRENT STORMS

NO CURRENT STORMS COVERED

 

 

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