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Tropical Storm Hanna

Tropical Storm HannaPosition: 20.5 N 72.4 W. [10 PM CDT]
Movement: Stationary.
Maximum sustained winds: 65 mph.
Wind Gusts: 75 mph.
Tropical Storm Wind Radius: 200 miles.
Minimum central pressure: 988 mb.

It is 65 miles Southeast of Great Inagua Island.

It is looping in place.

4 comments

1 mapaghimagsik { 09.02.08 at 12:18 pm }

So at what point can people who fled Gustav go home, and won’t just have to leave again when one of these storms gets to hurricane strength?

2 cookie jill { 09.02.08 at 5:55 pm }

“It is going backwards because the steering factors are such a mess”…

You mean kinda like McCain’s campaign?

3 Jack K., the Grumpy Forester { 09.02.08 at 10:18 pm }

I have been through volcanoes, Pacific winter storms, blizzards, wildfires, and earthquakes. I never dreamed I would ever be so fixated on any tropical cyclonic event as I am on this one. I might as well move down there…

4 Bryan { 09.02.08 at 10:37 pm }

The weird thing, Jack, is that two of the models predicted this, albeit a little further to the North. Haiti is taking a pasting.

Currently, it’s South Carolina as a Cat 1 on Friday, but I wouldn’t bet on it.