Don’t expect our series of possibly huge storms to taper off soon. With Guillermo “retiring” he still is pulsing clouds and major showers – almost all of it over the ocean.
Then there’s Hilda.
Maui Weather Guru Glenn James reports : “Tropical Storm 10E (Hilda) remains active in the eastern Pacific Ocean. This system will continue to strengthen through the next 36-48 hours. Hilda will reach hurricane strength, topping out near 85 mph while active in our central Pacific Saturday night. Here’s a satellite image, and what the computer models are showing. It appears that this tropical system, in whatever form that it is then, will pull up to the north, short of reaching our islands. However, it may be close enough to the Aloha state next week, to bring us some sort of weather change…stay tuned.
“Meanwhile, there’s yet another tropical disturbance in the eastern Pacific, being referred to as Invest 93E, here’s what the computer models are showing for it.”