Nate kills dozens across Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, set to restrengthen over Caribbean hot tub!

Nate is currently a 45 mph tropical storm which is now back over water and in fact the warmest, deepest water of the Caribbean Sea.


This system formed within a large scale regional system call a ‘Central American Gyre’.

Unfortunately this large envelop of enhanced convection along with Tropical Storm Nate has triggered deadly floods across parts of Nicaragua, Honduras and Costa Rica.


There’s been questions over Nate’s future reorganization due to competing mesvorts associated with the surrounding CAG (Central American Gyre).

However, now that Nate has exited Honduras it’s now interacting with the western edge of a very warm eddy in the warmest part of the Caribbean. Nate is likely to restrengthen into a strong storm before making a second landfall in the Yucatan.


Keri Belieber


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