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Tropical Storm Erika – stronger-bigger than Danny?

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Last Updated 8/26/2015, 5:00:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)

Location        16.6N 58.9W      Movement     W at 17 mph

Wind              45MPH                Pressure:        1005 MB

 Being prepared is the best strategy for ANY storm.

Supposedly these preparations have been presented to residents via Radio Montserrat while the rest of the media such as TMR is expected to provide these with uprovided resources. Of course this raises many issues, but more appropriate time.

However, because there are those who for one reason or the other do not access radio, TV being unavailable we bring what we can, information that is formidable reliable as obtained from experts who do more than provide the stats, but opinions frpm their expert discussions about the storm; avoiding also misinformation which may lead only to confusion and inconvenience. We provide information we have come to trust over the years, keeping up with the technology that they come with, and doing so with the scarce resources available.

An excerpted report at 5.00 p.m.

– 45 mph this time tracking the center to the north of Antigua (Danny was to the South of Guadeloupe). The satellite presentation of the tropical storm has become less organized since the previous advisory, with the low-level center becoming exposed to the northwest of the thunderstorm activity.

A NOAA hurricane hunter aircraft investigating Erika this afternoon has not found flight-level or SFMR winds as strong as reported this morning…

The intensity forecast philosophy has not changed since this morning. In fact, Erika could degenerate into a trough of low pressure due to the shear and interaction with the Greater Antilles. A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for…* Anguilla* Saba and St. Eustatius* St. Maarten* St. Martin* St. Barthelemy* Montserrat* Antigua and Barbuda* St. Kitts and Nevis* British Virgin Islands

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Last Updated 8/26/2015, 5:00:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)

Location        16.6N 58.9W      Movement     W at 17 mph

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Wind              45MPH                Pressure:        1005 MB

 Being prepared is the best strategy for ANY storm.

Supposedly these preparations have been presented to residents via Radio Montserrat while the rest of the media such as TMR is expected to provide these with uprovided resources. Of course this raises many issues, but more appropriate time.

However, because there are those who for one reason or the other do not access radio, TV being unavailable we bring what we can, information that is formidable reliable as obtained from experts who do more than provide the stats, but opinions frpm their expert discussions about the storm; avoiding also misinformation which may lead only to confusion and inconvenience. We provide information we have come to trust over the years, keeping up with the technology that they come with, and doing so with the scarce resources available.

An excerpted report at 5.00 p.m.

– 45 mph this time tracking the center to the north of Antigua (Danny was to the South of Guadeloupe). The satellite presentation of the tropical storm has become less organized since the previous advisory, with the low-level center becoming exposed to the northwest of the thunderstorm activity.

A NOAA hurricane hunter aircraft investigating Erika this afternoon has not found flight-level or SFMR winds as strong as reported this morning…

The intensity forecast philosophy has not changed since this morning. In fact, Erika could degenerate into a trough of low pressure due to the shear and interaction with the Greater Antilles. A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for…* Anguilla* Saba and St. Eustatius* St. Maarten* St. Martin* St. Barthelemy* Montserrat* Antigua and Barbuda* St. Kitts and Nevis* British Virgin Islands

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