Burlington, VT 05401
Last Updated: 07/25/14 22:57:01 EDT
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Hurricane Summary POSTED: July 25, 2014 4:42 p.m. Genevieve Remains Relatively Weak Over Open Water Tropical Storm Genevieve formed over the open waters of the eastern Pacific early on Friday morning. Currently, Genevieve is located about 1380 miles east-southeast of South Point, Hawaii. The system is a minimal tropical storm, with sustained winds of 45 mph. Over the next day or so, there will be a small window for the storm to gain some intensity; however, it will quickly begin to weaken sometime on Saturday night as it reaches cooler water and strong wind shear. While some track models would suggest a path toward Hawaii is not out of the question, there is a long distance between the storm and the islands, with strong wind shear in between. Impact to land is unlikely and Genevieve will likely live out its life cycle without bringing impacts to populated land areas. The ITCZ contains a few other disturbances worth watching, one located around 126 west and another near 106 west. These features are not nearly as organized as the one that spawned Genevieve at the current time, however, with low enough wind shear and plenty of heat content in the ocean beneath the path of these disturbances, they may look more promising over the weekend.

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