Tropical Storm Karina gains and begins heading inlandSeptember 3rd, 2008 - 12:18 am ICT by David M N James
America is preparing for another storm after Gustav went inland as a weakened storm. Tropical Storm Karina which has already developed special winds is poised to grow into a terrifying hurricane. The National Hurricane Center is already evaluating the tropical storm Karina winds speed. The weather experts are looking into probabilities of how fast and how long the winds will last.
The National Hurricane Center has established that the tropical storm Karina has a central source. Karina’s center is at 1600z. The Center has confirmed that the center of tropical storm Karina was located near latitude 19.3 north and longitude 111.5 west with maximum sustained winds near 40 mph to 65 km/hr. The weather experts are projecting that the storm will grow and gradually gain into a gigantic wind which will reach maximum wind speed or even hurricane levels in the next few days. Chances are that the maximum sustained wind speed of the tropical cyclone will be within any of the following categories at each official forecast time during the next 5 days.
Karina might rear its ugly head and consummate into a giant web of hurricane that will cause immense destruction. It might pick its weight from the failed Gustav and make inroads in the destructive purge of most hurricanes. There is growing concern over the immense weather changes that are increasingly leading into these hurricanes.
Karina might be another of these weather progenies and will end up leaving marks in the States.
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