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Storm Vicente 2018

Date Time Type Wind Pressure
UTC knots km/h mph mb
Oct 2400:00PD23
Oct 2313:30D291008
Oct 2312:00D291008
Oct 2306:00D351007
Oct 2300:00S401006
Oct 2218:00S401005
Oct 2212:00S461003
Oct 2206:00S461003
Oct 2200:00S461003
Oct 2118:00S461003
Oct 2112:00S521002
Oct 2106:00S521002
Oct 2100:00S521002
Oct 2018:00S521002
Oct 2012:00S461004
Oct 2006:00S401005
Oct 2000:00S401005
Oct 1918:00S401005
Oct 1912:00D351006
Oct 1906:00D291007
Oct 1900:00L291007

Storm Vicente 2018

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Satellite images and tracking maps of Tropical Storm Vicente 2018, October 19 - 24. Max wind speed 52mph.

Satellite imagery indicates that Vicente crossed the coast of the Mexican state of Michoacan a little while ago, and is now inland. The system, if in fact it still has a center, lacks sufficient organized deep convection to be considered a tropical cyclone. Therefore Vicente has become a post-tropical remnant low, and this is the last advisory on this system.

The motion is around 330/10 knots. A 12-hour forecast point is shown for continuity, but the cyclone will probably have dissipated by that time. Vicente's remnants, along with southwesterly flow around the larger circulation of Hurricane Willa, will probably continue to produce locally heavy rains over portions of southwestern Mexico into Wednesday.

Information provided by NHC.