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Adrian Powers Up to a Cat 4A Hurricane

Posted by feww on June 10, 2011

Hurricane ADRIAN (01E) strengthens to a category 4A , moves away from Mexico coast

The storm climbed six notches from a category 1 to a 4A on the FEWW New Hurricane Scale, reaching sustained winds of about 225 km/hr in less than a day.


Hurricane ADRIAN. A fierce storm with a near perfect symmetry shies away from Mexico’s Pacific coast.Shortwave/IR satellite image – 2km resolution. Source: CIMSS. Click image to enlarge.

ADRIAN is currently located near 15.1N, 107.2W and is moving WNW (284 degrees) at at about 15km/hr, with wind gusts of up to 270 km/hr. *(Estimate based on NHC data).

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Hurricane Adrian first of 2011 Pacific season

Posted by feww on June 9, 2011

TS ADRIAN has strengthened to a hurricane off Mexico’s Pacific coast


Hurricane Adrian – IR satellite image (2km res) showing the storm’s projected path. Source: CIMSS. Click to enlarge.


Hurricane Adrian – IR satellite image (NHC enhancement; 8 km res.) Source: CIMSS. Click to enlarge.

Hurricane ADRIAN
National Hurricane Center has located ADRIAN near 13.8N 102.4W on June 09 at 03:00UTC

  • Present movement: Northwest (305 degrees) at 7 kt
  • Estimated minimum central pressure:  987 mb
  • Max sustained winds: 70 kt
  • Max wind Gusts: 85 kt

ADRIAN is currently classified as a Category 1 hurricane on FEWW New Hurricane Scale.


Global Tropical Storm Picture. Source: CIMSS. Click to enlarge.

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