Neptune, NJ 07754
Last Updated: 07/29/14 06:40:11 EDT
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Hurricane Summary POSTED: July 29, 2014 5:59 a.m. Hernan, No Threat to Land, Weakens Further Tropical Storm Hernan continues to weaken as it moves farther away from the coast of Mexico. Maximum sustained winds are now estimated to be around 40 mph, and later today Hernan is expected to weaken to tropical depression status, and it may lose tropical characteristics tomorrow. The remnant low of what was once tropical storm Genevieve is several hundred miles southeast of Hilo, Hawaii. Conditions are marginally favorable for development over the next couple of days as it passes south of the islands. Any development that does occur will be slow to occur, however. A second area of disturbed weather, located about several hundred miles southwest of the southwestern coast of Mexico, remains disorganized at this time. As the system moves steadily westward it is expected to slowly become better organized. Regardless, this feature is not expected to be a threat to any landmass in the foreseeable future. By AccuWeather Meteorologist Randy Adkins

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