ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Will there be a Hurricane Erin 2013 this weekend? A possible Hurricane Erin 2013 projected path for Haiti is being anticipated for next week. But the latest news update by the National Hurricane Center today indicates that the Erin is back as a Tropical Storm.
The anticipation of a possible Hurricane Erin 2013 system has grown throughout the week. But Erin has yet to organize and strengthen throughout the week. Erin originally got upgraded from tropical depression to tropical storm status. And then, she got downgraded back to depression once again. But in the latest news update for Saturday August 17, 2013, officials at the National Hurricane Center indicate that Erin is back as a TS. But no anticipated hurricane status is confirmed for this weekend.
The system is currently moving “toward the west-northwest near 15 mph”, officials tell news. “This motion is expected to continue with a gradual decrease in forward speed during the next couple of days”.
There is no anticipated change in strength this weekend. “Little change in strength in forecast today with some weakening expect to begin on Sunday.” Officials also told news that “there are no coastal watches or warnings in effect”. Erin is moving currently at only 15 mph and is carrying maximum sustained winds of 40 mph. For more continuing coverage on this story click HERE.