Nine days after forming and a week since dumping rains and winds on parts of southwestern Mexico, Tropical Storm Raymond continues to churn in the eastern Pacific Ocean as of Tuesday Morning.
As of the 4am Central Time advisory on Tuesday, October 29, 2013, Raymond was a tropical storm with sustained winds at 60 miles per hour. The storm was moving northward at 5 miles per hour, with a minimum central barometric pressure of 998 millibars.
Forecasters with the National Hurricane Center expect the storm to weaken over the next 24 hours, possibly becoming a Tropical Depression or Remnant Low by Wednesday.
It poses no further threat to land at this time.