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Morning Tropical Udate – 5/23/2012 – Alberto no longer tropical, Watching Bud

May 23, 2012

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Alberto has become a post-tropical remnant low well off the Eastern Seaboard. The system no longer has warm core tropical characteristics. The basin has fallen quiet once again.

In the East Pacific Bud continues northwestward and is expected to turn more northerly over the next couple of days. Forecasts no longer call for the system to reach hurricane strength. Considerable uncertainty remains as the storm approaches the MX at the end of this week. The upper level steering winds may keep the system from making landfall all together. It may stall or retrograde away from the coast. All interests along the MX Pacific Coast should continue to monitor the progress of Bud.

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