Josephine Now Just a Trough of Low Pressure

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15 Aug 2020 9:15 AM
The National Hurricane Center has downgraded Josephine even further to a general trough of low pressure.  Maximum sustained winds are at 35 mph, a minimum pressure of 1010 mb, and is moving west-northwest at 12 mph.  The broad area of showers and storms is located 175 miles north of San Juan, Puerto Rico. This is the last track that was issued from the NHC. This is officially the last update on Josephine for now, but if anything would develop in the future WeatherNation will provide you with the latest information.
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