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Saturday, June 28, 2008

Developments in the eastern Pacific

Tropical storm Boris has developed west of Mexico and is current heading west with no threat to land. Winds at 50 MPH are not expected to strengthen, at least not over the next 24 hours. The National Hurricane Center states that the center of this storm is located within a heavy rainfall and convection area indicating that it is already being pulled apart by wind shear.

At the same time, a new tropical depression has developed just west of Boris. Weather Underground reports that this storm is right on the verge of becoming Tropical Storm Cristina. Again the storm track is to the west and should only affect maritime interests.


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