Tropical Storm Paula weakens to remnant low
Friday, October 15, 2010
The NHC, the warning center appointed by theto forecast and track tropical cyclones in the , reported at 9 am (5 am local time) that "Paula has continued to weaken during the past several hours." Six hours later, the center issued its last warnings on the one-time Category Two hurricane, noting that "the center (of Paula) is no longer well-defined". According to the NHC, at 3 pm UTC (11 am EDT), the remnant low of Paula was located around 20 miles north of , in , Cuba.
One to two inches of rain is still expected to fall today through Saturday over central Cuba and the central Bahamas, the NHC added. NHC forecaster said in the center's last warning that Paula's remnants will "continue to move east-southeastward until dissipation in about 12 to 24 hours".
Paula was the sixteenth named tropical storm of the year. Earlier this year, Wikinews that he expected "this year will have 15 named storms, 8 hurricanes and 4 major hurricanes."
- Lixion Avila. "Tropical Depression Paula public advisory number 17" — , October 15, 2010
- Lixion Avila. "Tropical Depression Paula discussion number 17" — , October 15, 2010
- Jack Beven. "Tropical Depression Paula public advisory number 16" — , October 15, 2010
- Jack Beven. "Tropical Depression Paula discussion number 16" — , October 15, 2010
- "Hurricane Paula weakens to tropical storm over Cuba" — , October 14, 2010
- "Hurricane gains strength as it heads to Mexican coast" — , October 12, 2010