MIAMI, Florida – Tropical storm Roslyn was advancing over the Pacific this Thursday and heading towards the coast of Mexico, where authorities issued a tropical storm warning from Manzanillo to Cabo Corrientes.
According to the bulletin issued by the NHC this Thursday at 8 pm ET, the storm was located 180 miles south-southwest of Zithuatanejo, Mexico; and 245 miles south-southeast of Manzanillo, also in Mexico.
The system had maximum sustained winds of 45 mph and was moving west at a speed of 7 mph.
WATCHES, WARNINGS AND NOTICES
tropical storm watch
- From Manzanillo to Cabo Corrientes, in Mexico.
WHAT IS EXPECTED OF ROSLYN
The forecast calls for Tropical Storm Roslyn to move northwest and then later, possibly Friday, move east, where it would brush the Mexican coast on Saturday night.
Our meteorologist Pedro Montoro explains from the virtual laboratory the step by step of the formation and intensification of a hurricane.
HOW IS THE HURRICANE SEASON GOING IN THE PACIFIC
So far, in the 2022 season in Mexico, cyclones Agatha, Blas, Celia, Darby, Estelle, Frank, Georgette, Howard, Ivette, Javier, Kay, Lester, Madeline, Newton, Orlene and Paine have formed in the Pacific Ocean.
Agatha, Darby, Kay and Orlene reached a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale.