Julio Moves Into The Open Pacific While the Atlantic Heats Up

Eye on Weather

Although it seems that the tropics have cooled off just a bit, there is still a lot to talk about!

Julio: 

Hurricane Julio continues to move NW away from the Hawaiian isles today. Julio maintains winds of 90 mph, but is expected to weaken in the north Pacific over the next five days. Waves on Monday will fall below 10 feet on the north facing beaches. With the supermoon being overhead, we actually got some pretty great night-time visible imagery. You can see what looks like the city of Kahului on this image as a brighter dot, but I’m not sure of this.

Time is 2:42AM in Hawaii when this night time visible image was taken. Well after dark local time. Time is 2:42AM in Hawaii when this night time visible image was taken. Well after dark local time.

Where did Bertha Go?

Ex-Bertha has arrived in the UK this morning. Ex-Bertha is bringing heavy rain and tropical storm force winds to the northern parts of Europe and the North…

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