Pacific: Tropical Storm Olivia No Threat to Land, Expected to Weaken

The only active Tropical cyclone in the Pacific Ocean is not expected to pose a threat to land.

As of 4am Central Time, Tropical Storm Olivia was over 800 miles to the west and southwest of the southernmost tip of Baja California.

The storm is a strong Tropical Storm with sustained winds of 60 miles per hour (95 kilometers per hour) and is moving to the north at 5 miles per hour.

While very little change in strength is expected today, Olivia should begin to weaken tomorrow and could be only at Tropical Depression-level strength by tomorrow evening.

Olivia’s current track takes it away from land.

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