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ATTC
ATLANTIC TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVISORY
TROPICAL STORM PAULA ADVISORY 14
NWS #WIKI-HURRICANES/HURRICANE CENTER WIKI ATTC18-14

515 PM EDT/415 PM CDT THURS 14 OCT 2010

What is now Tropical Storm Paula, continues to weaken, over the mountainous terrain of Cuba. Satellite imagery reveals that the mid-level center and low-level center have become seperated from each other, and that the main center is exposed. Maximum sustained winds have been set at 60 mph, however they could potentially be a little higher, near 65 mph. It does not make much difference anyhow, and Paula should be weakening into a Tropical Storm by tomorrow night. New watches and warnings have been issued by me; see below for more information as to where. Lets not forget that although Paula is down greatly from her peak, she is strong enough to do a lot of damage. Paula may every well end up being a very destructive hurricane in the end, already killing one person, confirmed.

BriefingEdit

Center location: 22.8N 82.8W
Center confidence: ± 20 nm
Minimum central pressure: 1003 mb
Maximum sustained winds: 60 mph
Convection: Coldest cloud tops near -80°C Shear: Southerly 10-20 kts Structure: Curved banding

Watches and WarningsEdit

Hurricane warning: None
Hurricane watch: None
Tropical Storm warning: Western/Central Cuba
Tropical Storm watch: Eastern Cuba

Intensity ForecastEdit

Initial - 60 mph (Moderate Tropical Storm)
12HR - 40 kts (Weak Tropical Storm)
24HR - 30 kts (Tropical Depression)
36HR - 25 kts (Remnant Low)
48HR - 20 kts (Dissipated)
60HR - N/A
72HR - N/A
84HR - N/A
96HR - N/A

TropicalAnalystwx13 4:15 PM CDT, October 14, 2010

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