Tropical Storm IRWIN goes loco in Mexico

(FROM NOAA) This is Tropical Storm Irwin, formerly Hurricane Irwin, making its way slowly eastward. The structure of this storm is decaying somewhat, but it could still drag itself to the Mexican coastline if the weather allows. Says the National Hurrican Center: “By about 96 hours… Irwin… perhaps as a shallow cyclone… is likely to be pulled back toward the east and even southeast into a broad low-to-mid-level cyclonic gyre over Mexico.”

Tropical Storm IRWIN (formerly Hurricane IRWIN)approaches Mexico. also shown here is hurricane JOVA.

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