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Storm Pilar 2017

Date Time Type Wind Pressure
UTC knots km/h mph mb
Sep 2518:00D231005
Sep 2512:00L351004
Sep 2506:00S401003
Sep 2500:00S461002
Sep 2418:00S521000
Sep 2412:00S521000
Sep 2406:00S461002
Sep 2400:00S401003
Sep 2318:00S401004
Sep 2312:00D351005
Sep 2306:00L291005
Sep 2300:00L291005
Sep 2218:00L291005
Sep 2212:00L291005
Sep 2206:00L291006
Sep 2200:00L291007

Storm Pilar 2017

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Satellite images and tracking maps of Tropical Storm Pilar 2017, September 22 - 25. Max wind speed 52mph.

GOES-16 visible imagery along with ASCAT scatterometer data indicate that Pilar has degenerated into a trough of low pressure extending from the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula and the coast of western Mexico. This is the last advisory issued on Pilar. The highest winds remaining in association with Pilar's remnants are 20 knots, as observed by the scatterometer.

Some deep convection remains in association with the remnants of Pilar along the coast of western Mexico and inland. The main hazard associated with the remnants of Pilar will be heavy rainfall, which could trigger life-threatening flash floods and mudslides over the states of northern Nayarit, the southern portion of Sinaloa, and the southwestern portion of Durango during the next day or so.

Information provided by NHC.