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Tropical Storm Flossie 2013

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Tropical Storm or Hurricane Flossie
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July 26, 2013 9:30AM MDT Tropical Storm Flossie is moving west into the Pacific well to the west southwest of Cabo San Lucas. Flossie has moved into the Central Pacific basin and will be of no further concern to the Baja peninsula. Flossie is currently forecast to remain a tropical storm through Monday as it moves toward Hawaii and likely pass near the Hawaiian Islands as a tropical depression.

Tropical Storm Flossie is currently near 16.1N 132.3W or about 1530 west southwest of Cabo San Lucas and moving 275° at 14kts. Central barometric pressure is 1000Mb and winds are 45 to 55kts making Flossie a solid tropical storm. Flossie is forecast to continue the westward movement over the next several days and build slightly through the weekend. Flossie is expected to dissipate before reaching the Hawaiian Islands early next week.

Since Flossie poses no weather threat to the peninsula we will not be following Tropical Storm Flossie once it moves into the Central Pacific basin later today or tomorrow.

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