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Storm Ema 2019

Date Time Type Wind Pressure
UTC knots km/h mph mb
Oct 1612:00L171021
Oct 1606:00L231020
Oct 1600:00L291017
Oct 1518:00L291017
Oct 1512:00L291017
Oct 1506:00L291015
Oct 1500:00L291010
Oct 1418:00L351010
Oct 1412:00L351010
Oct 1406:00L351009
Oct 1400:00D351008
Oct 1318:00S401007
Oct 1312:00S401006
Oct 1306:00S401006
Oct 1300:00S461005
Oct 1218:00S521003
Oct 1212:00S401008
Oct 1206:00D351009
Oct 1200:00L291009
Oct 1118:00L291009
Oct 1112:00L291009

Storm Ema 2019

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Satellite images and tracking maps of Tropical Storm Ema 2019, October 11 - 16. Max wind speed 52mph.

The low-level circulation center of Ema has been exposed since around 13/12:00 UTC, with only a few brief pulses of convection on the periphery of the system since that time. The lack of persistent deep convection in combination with continued strong vertical wind shear of around 30 knots over the next day or two should continue to weaken the system. As a result, Ema has been designated a post-tropical remnant low. The initial intensity has been held at 30 knots for this advisory, with the motion set at 345/15 knots.

Ema is being steered toward the north-northwest between a mid-level low to the west and a large sub-tropical ridge to the east. This motion is expected to continue tonight, with Ema degenerating into a trough on Monday. Little change in intensity is forecast through dissipation.

This is the last advisory issued by the Central Pacific Hurricane Center on Ema. Additional information on the post-tropical remnant low can be found in the High Seas Forecasts issued by the National Weather Service in Honolulu under AWIPS header HFOHSFNP and WMO header FZPN40 PHFO.

Information provided by CPHC.