Tropical Storm Greg Made Landfall In The Central Pacific Basin On Monday: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Predicts That It Won’t Affect Maui Fire Recovery
Tropical Storm Greg enters the Pacific Ocean Basin.
Tropical Storm Greg moved from the eastern Pacific Ocean into the center of the Pacific Ocean on Monday raising concerns that it would bring more strong winds and hazardous fire conditions to Hawaii.
According to Da’Vel Johnson from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Tropical Storm Greg entered the Central Pacific Basin on Monday morning.
On Wednesday night through Thursday morning Tropical Storm Greg which has maximum sustained winds of close to 40 mph. is anticipated to pass between 300 and 400 miles south of the Hawaiian islands.
The scenario for this week brought by Tropical Storm Greg keeps going to come off quite a bit different than what took place during Dora.
The meteorological service stated that even though the high pressure system is still embedded to the northwest of the state the winds between the two systems as Tropical Storm Greg passes are anticipated to be substantially less because the high pressure is closer to the north.
Tropical Storm Greg is not anticipated to produce the kind of strong winds and dry air that contributed to the Maui wildfires in contrast to Category 4 Hurricane Dora, which also skirted south of the islands.
On Monday morning, Tropical Storm Greg was approximately 1,110 kilometers southeast of Hilo.