From a deadly hurricane to a tropical storm... the latest observations of the tropical condition (Beryl) and forecasts for the coming days

2024-07-06 2024-07-06T09:05:58Z
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Arab Weather - The weather forecast staff at the Arab Regional Weather Center monitors the latest satellite images indicating developments in the tropical situation in the Gulf of Mexico (Beril), where the situation has been reduced by half from a deadly hurricane to a tropical storm with atmospheric pressure values reaching 1001 millibars, and wind speeds reaching 96 km/h. An hour, the tropical storm is accompanied by huge amounts of cumulonimbus clouds orbiting the center of the tropical storm.

 

The tropical storm is moving west towards the coast of Mexico and there are initial signs that the system is developing again into a tropical cyclone.

For their part, meteorologists at the Arabia Weather Center said that the latest advanced computer modeling data indicates that the tropical storm will move west towards the coast of Mexico tomorrow, Sunday, and the wind speed will increase around the center of the storm, which is likely to return to its development and return to the category of a first-degree tropical cyclone according to the Saffir-Simpson scale. The intensity of the hurricanes, and the wind speed will then reach about 148 km/hour, which means that the winds will be strong and the waves will be rough on the coast of Mexico, with very heavy rains threatening torrents, floods, landslides and soil erosion.

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Orbital cases are classified into two categories:

 

Tropical conditions are classified according to the speed of the surface winds around the center (according to the Saffir-Simpson scale): The classification reaches a tropical storm when the speed of the surface winds around the center reaches at least 34 knots, and then a name is given to it, and the classification reaches a tropical cyclone if the speed of the surface winds reaches At least 64 knots around the center.

There is another measurement to measure the severity of orbital conditions, using the Dvorak technique: which relies on satellite images to estimate the severity of the orbital condition.

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This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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