Live tracking map, satellite images and forecasts of Kenneth 2023 in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Current wind speed 30mph. Max 50mph.
Kenneth no longer has organized deep convection. First light visible imagery shows that Kenneth's circulation is no longer well defined. It is also located in an environment with high deep-layer shear, dry air, and cool sea surface temperatures. For these reasons, Kenneth has become a post-tropical remnant low. The 30-knots intensity estimate is based on overnight ASCAT data, but it is possible the winds have decreased further since then.
Kenneth is moving generally northward and should continue moving northward while weakening until it dissipates. This is the last NHC advisory.
Forecaster D. Zelinsky/R. Zelinsky. Information provided by the National Hurricane Center (NHC).