LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Tropical Storm Priscilla 2013 projected path could impact Mexico. She is one of two systems currently off the coast of Baja California, Mexico today, the National Hurricane Center tells news.
The latest news update on Tropical Storm Priscilla 2013 is not prompting any warnings for Mexico. But officials are telling interests to be alert in the coming days. Officials tell news that Priscilla could strengthen later this week. But will she reach hurricane status?
The NHC tell news today that there “yet another tropical storm forms in the eastern pacific.” Priscilla is currently seven hundred miles from the southern tip of Baja California. She is carrying sustained winds of 40 mph. Yet there are “no coastal watches or warnings in effect.”
The system was spotted early this morning. Priscilla is now “moving toward the north-northwest near 12 mph… A north to north-northeast motion with some decrease in forward speed is expected during the next day or so”, NHC tell news. She is carrying winds near 40mph with higher gusts. But “some strengthening is forecast during the next day or two”. NHC is not confirming any projected hurricane status for the system. For now, Priscilla is carrying tropical storm force winds “outward up to 70 mph.” for continued coverage click HERE.
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