Monthly Archives: November 2008

Hurricane Paloma Update 3

Hurricane Paloma is heading towards Grand Cayman with winds of 90 mph. Cuba is next on the list of getting a direct hit from Paloma. By Saturday, she is expected to reach CAT 3 strength. Movement towards the NNE @ 6 mph has begun and she will officially not hit South Florida. I am sorry to disappoint some of you, but the truth hurts at times. It has been a quite season, but I was surprised to find out that Paloma is the 15th named storm this year.

 

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Hurricane Paloma Update 2

Hurricane Paloma has formed in the Caribbean. Paloma is going through a slight rapid intensification process and it is expected to continue. On it’s expected path, Paloma is not going to come close to Florida. We should not worry about Paloma. Currently, Paloma has 75 mph winds moving towards the north. She is expected to go through Cuba. Stay tuned for more information on Hurricane Paloma.

Tropical Depression Seventeen UPADTE 1

A new Tropical Depression has formed in the Caribbean. More information will be posted as soon as it becomes available.