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Hurricane Julia 2022

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Satellite images and tracking maps of Category 1 Hurricane Julia 2022, October 2 - 10. Max wind speed 85mph.

The threat of flash flooding continues across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec in Mexico through Tuesday. Across Central America, the flash flooding risk is decreasing, but some areas of additional flooding remain possible.

Surface observations and satellite imagery indicate that the low-level circulation of Julia has opened up into a trough of low pressure extending from offshore of Guatemala to extreme southeastern Mexico. Thus it is no longer a tropical cyclone, and this is the last advisory. The wind speed is set to 30 mph (25 knots) based on earlier scatterometer data on the fringe of the system. The main hazard with the remnants of Julia is heavy rainfall, which is likely to continue over portions of Central America today (October 10) and southern Mexico through tomorrow.

The remnants of Julia could also contribute to a new tropical cyclone development offshore of southern Mexico later this week, so please see the latest eastern North Pacific Tropical Weather Outlook for further details.

Forecaster Blake. Information provided by the National Hurricane Center (NHC).