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Posted by feww on June 28, 2010

TS ALEX UPDATE  @ 03:00UTC – June 28

ALEX has regained strength, as expected, and is now a TROPICAL STORM once again.

Fire Earth Moderators believe ALEX could become a hurricane before its next landfall.

TS ALEX At 03:00UTC – June 28

  • LOCATION: 19.4N, 91.3W
  • Distances
    • About 90km (55miles) SSW of Chetumal, Mexico
    • About 755km (470 miles)  ESE OF Tampico, Mexico
  • Max. Sustained Winds 75km/hr (45 MPH)
  • Currently Moving WNW  (300 degrees) at 11km/hr (7 MPH)
  • Min Central Pressure 991 MB (29.26 inches)

TS ALEX VIS/IR Satellite Image. Source: CIMSS. Click image to enlarge



ALEX Projected Path: Various Dynamical Models Forecasts.  Source: CIMSS. Click image to enlarge

TD ALEX SUMMARY OF STATUS at 21:00 UTC (June 27, 2010)

  • LOCATION: 19.2N, 90.9W
  • Distances
    • About 90km (55miles) SSW of Chetumal, Mexico
  • Max. Sustained Winds 55km/hr (35 MPH)
  • Currently Moving WNW  (300 degrees) at 15km/hr (9 MPH)
  • Min Central Pressure 999 MB (29.50 inches)

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Satellite Imagery (GOES 12 Floater/NOAA/SSD)

Loops/ Satellite Animations (GOES 12; NOAA/SSD)

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BP Oil Disaster – Latest Satellite Images

Posted by feww on June 28, 2010

Oil Slick Continues to Spread Like Malignant Cancer

Large patches of thick oil washes ashore in Mississippi for the first time: Report

Gulf of Mexico Oil Disaster. Oil from BP’s leaking Macondo oil well I seen spreading in this natural-color acquired  by MODIS on NASA’s Terra on June 25, 2010. Source: NASA. Click image to enlarge. Download large image (883 KB, JPEG)

Oil from BP’s leaking Macondo well has washed ashore  at Ocean Springs beaches, about 15 km (9 miles) east of Biloxi, Mississippi, and at another beach close to an inland marsh, reports say.

“We cannot clean up or catch the oil until BP gets here. They have all of our people,” said Earl Etheridge, a spokesman for Mississippi’s Department of Environmental Quality, Reuters reported.

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