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Hurricane Leslie 2018

Date Time Type Wind Pressure
UTC knots km/h mph mb
Oct 1406:00PS40
Oct 1400:00ES46998
Oct 1318:00ES69984
Oct 1312:00H175979
Oct 1306:00H175977
Oct 1300:00H181976
Oct 1218:00H186971
Oct 1212:00H186971
Oct 1206:00H192968
Oct 1200:00H192968
Oct 1118:00H186976
Oct 1112:00H181978
Oct 1106:00H181978
Oct 1100:00H181978
Oct 1018:00H175980
Oct 1012:00H175980
Oct 1006:00H175981
Oct 1000:00H175981
Oct 918:00S69983
Oct 912:00S63983
Oct 906:00S63983
Oct 900:00S63983
Oct 818:00S58986
Oct 812:00S52989
Oct 806:00S52989
Oct 800:00S52989
Oct 718:00S58987
Oct 712:00S58987
Oct 706:00S58987
Oct 700:00S58987
Oct 618:00S58987
Oct 612:00S58987
Oct 606:00S58987
Oct 600:00S58987
Oct 518:00S58987
Oct 512:00S63986
Oct 506:00S63986
Oct 500:00S63984
Oct 418:00S69982
Oct 412:00H175979
Oct 406:00H181976
Oct 400:00H186972
Oct 318:00H186970
Oct 312:00H186972
Oct 306:00H175980
Oct 300:00S69984
Oct 218:00S69986
Oct 212:00S63989
Oct 206:00S63989
Oct 200:00S58990
Oct 118:00S58990
Oct 112:00S58990
Oct 106:00S58990
Oct 100:00S52991
Sep 3018:00S52991
Sep 3012:00S52991
Sep 3006:00S52991
Sep 3000:00S52991
Sep 2918:00S52991
Sep 2912:00S46991
Sep 2906:00S46991
Sep 2900:00S46991
Sep 2818:00S52986
Sep 2812:00S52986
Sep 2806:00ES58983
Sep 2800:00ES58983
Sep 2718:00ES69978
Sep 2712:00ES75970
Sep 2706:00ES75970
Sep 2700:00ES75970
Sep 2618:00ES69978
Sep 2612:00ES63987
Sep 2606:00ES63992
Sep 2600:00ES58998
Sep 2518:00ES461000
Sep 2512:00ED351005
Sep 2506:00D351005
Sep 2500:00D351005
Sep 2418:00S401004
Sep 2412:00S401004
Sep 2406:00S401004
Sep 2400:00S401004
Sep 2318:00S401002
Sep 2312:00S401002
Sep 2306:00ES401002
Sep 2300:00ES401003
Sep 2218:00ES401003
Sep 2212:00ES401003
Sep 2206:00ED351005
Sep 2200:00ED291008

Hurricane Leslie 2018

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Satellite images and tracking maps of Category 1 Hurricane Leslie 2018, September 22 - October 14. Max wind speed 92mph.

Leslie is expected to bring near hurricane-force winds to portions of Portugal later tonight as a powerful post-tropical cyclone. Gale-force winds are also likely to affect portions of northwestern and northern Spain tonight and Sunday.

Leslie is expected to produce rainfall amounts of 25 to 75 mm (1 to 3 inches) with isolated amounts as high as 125 mm (5 inches) across portions of Portugal and Spain, which could cause flash flooding.

For more information on Leslie, interests in Portugal should refer to products from the Portuguese Institute for Sea and Atmosphere at www.ipma.pt. Interests in Spain should refer to products from the State Meteorological Agency at www.aemet.es.

After a total of 70 advisories, long-lived Leslie has become post-tropical just west of the coast of Portugal, finally succumbing to the combination of cool waters, strong vertical wind shear, and interaction with an approaching cold front. The air mass ahead of the cyclone has moistened up in the low levels with Faro, Portugal, reporting a dewpoint of 70F/21C, but the dewpoints across central and northern Portugal ahead of Leslie are only in the low-60F range, which is not indicative of a tropical air mass. Thus, the cyclone is now a powerful post-tropical low pressure system that even has a partial eye noted in the most recent 20:00 UTC Portuguese composite radar imagery. After landfall, rapid weakening is anticipated, and Leslie is forecast to degenerate into a broad low pressure area over or just north of Spain by late Sunday.

Leslie is moving quickly toward the northeast or 050/30 knots. Post-tropical Cyclone Leslie should continue in a fast northeastward direction for the next 12-18 hours, making landfall near or just south of Porto, Portugal by 14/00:00 UTC. This forecast motion is consistent with the previous advisory and the latest track model guidance.

The meteorological services of Portugal and Spain are handling hazards information for their respective countries via local weather products. This is the last National Hurricane Center (NHC) advisory on this system.

Information provided by NHC.

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