Saturday, June 26, 2010
NOTE FROM THE EDITOR, 'James'
Over the past week, I've been tracking a tropical storm that was not too organized in the Eastern Carribean. As most people know, this is the time of the year for tropical storms to form, and when conditions are right, can sometimes turn into strong storms known as hurricanes. There is one such storm now that will be entering the Gulf of Mexico soon. This is kind of bad news for the folks that live down along the coast line, especially since these people have been so overwhelmed about oil entering the Gulf from a broken line at the bottom of the Gulf owned by BP. The good news is that now it seems as if the storm may track to the West NorthWest, bringing it on land on the west side of the Gulf. This may be bad news for residents along the Gulf coast from Corpus Christi Texas and further west.
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Presently, the tropical storm we are concerned about is Tropical Storm ALEX. It is the first tropcial storm designated with a name for the 2010 Hurricane Season, and unfortunately, there are new weather patterns developing off the coast of Africa at this time that most likely will track in our direction.
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