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Storm Hanna 2014

Date Time Type Wind Pressure
UTC knots km/h mph mb
Oct 2918:00L171012
Oct 2912:00L231011
Oct 2906:00L231011
Oct 2900:00L231010
Oct 2818:00L231010
Oct 2812:00L231009
Oct 2806:00L291008
Oct 2800:00D351007
Oct 2718:00S401006
Oct 2716:00S401005
Oct 2712:00S401005
Oct 2706:00S401005
Oct 2700:00D351006
Oct 2618:00L351006
Oct 2612:00L351006
Oct 2606:00B291007
Oct 2600:00B291007
Oct 2518:00B291008
Oct 2512:00B291008
Oct 2506:00B231008
Oct 2500:00B231008
Oct 2418:00L231008
Oct 2412:00L231008
Oct 2406:00L231008
Oct 2400:00L231008
Oct 2318:00L231007
Oct 2312:00L231006
Oct 2306:00L231005
Oct 2300:00L291004
Oct 2218:00D351003
Oct 2212:00D351002
Oct 2206:00D351001
Oct 2200:00D351000
Oct 2118:00L351000
Oct 2112:00L291001
Oct 2106:00L291002
Oct 2100:00L291002

Storm Hanna 2014

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Satellite images and tracking maps of Tropical Storm Hanna 2014, October 21 - 29. Max wind speed 40mph.

The circulation of Hanna no longer appears to be well defined based on satellite imagery and surface observations. Since the cyclone center has dissipated, this will be the final advisory on the remnants of Hanna.

While cloud top temperatures have warmed markedly near the earlier estimated center location, heavy rainfall remains a significant threat. The remnants of Hanna could produce 3 to 5 inches (75 to 125 mm) of rain, with isolated maximum amounts of 9 inches (230 mm), across Honduras and northern Nicaragua. These rains could produce flash flooding and mud slides.

Information provided by NHC.