The National Hurricane Center issued it’s final advisory on Tropical Depression Polo over the open waters of the Eastern Pacific on Thursday afternoon, which has now degenerated into a post tropical cyclone. Here is the earliest information:
Remnants of Polo are moving west at 12 mph with maximum winds sustained at 35 mph and central pressure of 1007 mb. It is expected to continue moving in this general motion overnight into Friday.
Polo is expected to sail out to sea as a remnant low with no additional impacts.
This was the 16th named storm of the Pacific season.
The Eastern Pacific 2020 season so far has been fairly seasonal, here is a look back at that.
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