Keeping Our Eye on an Active Pacific!

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16 Jul 2018 11:02 AM
The eastern Pacific is showing us, once again, that it likes to be active! We now have two lows that we are keeping our eye on. The storm closer to Hawaii has an 80 percent chance of developing into our next named storm! This one will need to be closely monitored due to the fact that it could make landfall with Hawaii! The storm trailing right behind it could possible be another named storm by the end of the week or weekend! If both of these storms see favorable conditions in the Pacific, we could see Gilma and Hector soon!   For WeatherNation -Meteorologist Shelly Lindblade
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