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Eastern Pacific Forms Sixteenth Named Storm

18 Sep 2016, 8:13 am

The Eastern Pacific has formed the sixteenth named storm – Tropical Storm Paine. This tropical storm has formed just to the west of Mexico.

As of Sunday morning, below are the latest stats from Paine issued by the National Hurricane Center.


As this storm moves, the predicted path direction is to the northwest — parallel with the coast of Mexico.

This cone is the projected path and intensity of Tropical Storm Paine. The main threats with this are heavy rain, strong winds, high surf and coastal flooding.


Some moisture from the system may get transported into the southwest portions of the United States within the next several days.



For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Kylee Miller

One response to “Eastern Pacific Forms Sixteenth Named Storm

  1. I like the tx of Weather nation by Internet. I see wit the ROKU device. I would like that you show moore of the northwest o México at Sinaloa State.


    Robert Soltero

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