Tropical Storm Debby. Monday, June 25, 2012.

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Tropical Storm Debby was located about 75 miles south of Apalachicola, Florida as of 10 AM CDT this morning. She has sustained winds of 45 mph with higher gusts. Her central pressure has risen up to 995 millibars, or 29.38". She is drifting off to the northeast at 3 mph.

Little change in her strength and track is currently anticipated by the National Hurricane Center Forecasters over the next several days. Debby is ingesting dry air at the mid-levels of the atmosphere, and wind shear is forecast to strengthen over the next couple of days, which combined with cold water upwelling under Debby, will all likely keep her from strengthening as she slowly approaches the Florida Coastline.


Tropical Storm Debby was located about 90 miles south-southwest of Apalachicola, Florida as of 7 AM CDT this morning. Debby remains nearly stationary. She has sustained winds of 50 mph with gusts up to around 63 mph. Her central pressure has risen slightly since yesterday to 993 millibars, or 29.32". Debby has weakened some since yesterday.

For the next couple of days Debby is generally forecast to remain nearly stationary. Where she goes later this week is still questionable. She continues to baffle the computer models as far as her future forecast track is concerned. Some of the models wobble her back westward with time, and some of them track her slowly eastward. No doubt she will continue to give many forecasters a headache this week.

Here is a special video weather briefing on the impacts of Tropical Storm Debby to the Florida Panhandle area courtesy of the Tallahassee, FL National Weather Service Office.

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