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Storm Rick 2015

Date Time Type Wind Pressure
UTC knots km/h mph mb
Nov 2606:00L231009
Nov 2600:00L231009
Nov 2518:00L231009
Nov 2512:00L231009
Nov 2506:00L231009
Nov 2500:00L231008
Nov 2418:00L231008
Nov 2412:00L231008
Nov 2406:00L291007
Nov 2400:00L291007
Nov 2318:00L291007
Nov 2312:00L291006
Nov 2306:00L351005
Nov 2300:00L351005
Nov 2218:00L351005
Nov 2212:00D351005
Nov 2206:00D351004
Nov 2200:00S401003
Nov 2118:00S401003
Nov 2112:00S401003
Nov 2106:00S401003
Nov 2100:00S401003
Nov 2018:00S401002
Nov 2012:00S401002
Nov 2006:00S401002
Nov 2000:00S401002
Nov 1918:00S401002
Nov 1912:00S401002
Nov 1906:00D351003
Nov 1900:00D351004
Nov 1818:00D351004
Nov 1812:00D351005
Nov 1806:00L291007

Storm Rick 2015

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Satellite images and tracking maps of Tropical Storm Rick 2015, November 18 - 26. Max wind speed 40mph.

Rick has become a swirl of low clouds that has been devoid of organized deep convection for more than 12 hours. As a result, Rick is now a post-tropical remnant low, and this will be the last NHC advisory on this system. The initial intensity remains 30 knots, which is in agreement with the latest Dvorak current intensity estimate from TAFB. Dry air, strong southwesterly shear, and cooler sea surface temperatures along the forecast track of the low should cause weakening during the next couple of days, and dissipation is expected within 72 hours.

The initial motion estimate is 310/7 knots. The low should turn northward during the next day or so, then become nearly stationary as the low-level steering flow weakens. After that time, the remnant low is forecast to turn eastward or southeastward before dissipation occurs. The new NHC track forecast is in good agreement with the latest global model guidance and is similar to the previous NHC advisory.

Information provided by NHC.