Lisa now a tropical depression and two others in the Atlantic.
Tropical Depression Lisa entered the Gulf of Mexico early Friday after making landfall in Belize and then crossing Central America, hurricane forecasters said. Lisa is expected to become nearly stationary before dissipating in the Gulf, according to the latest advisory. It does not pose a threat to Louisiana on its current track. The storm is one of three disturbances that hurricane forecasters were tracking Friday morning. In the Atlantic, two other disturbances are churning. Here’s what to know about the systems as of 7 a.m. Friday from the National Hurricane Center.nola.com
Tropical Depression Lisa
Tropical Depression Lisa, a weakened version of the hurricane that made landfall Wednesday in Belize, entered the Gulf of Mexico as of 4 a.m. Friday. The current track has it stalling over the Gulf for the next day or two before dissipating. As of 4 a.m., the center of the storm was about 145 miles west of Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico, according to the National Hurricane Center. It’s moving northwest at 10 mph. It has winds of 30 mph.
Disturbances in the Atlantic
Hurricane forecasters are tracking two disturbances in the Atlantic. One is several hundred miles east of Bermuda and has a 10% chance of developing into a tropical depression within five days. The other is expected to develop during the next day or two over the Caribbean and the Atlantic. A subtropical or tropical depression could form early next week while the system moves northwest over the southwestern Atlantic, forecasters said. It has a 40% chance of developing into a tropical depression within five days.
We remain quiet and the hurricane that was in the North Atlantic is not the most northern hurricane ever and may hit Ireland.