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Hurricane Dolly moves to the coast

Hurricane Dolly is moving to the coast and has gained strength. At 11 AM EST, The hurricane center was located at approximately 26.0 N 97.0 W, moving Northwest at 7 mph, with a central pressure of 964 mb and maximum winds of 100 mph. ...

Hurricane Dolly is moving to the coast and has gained strength. At 11 AM EST, The hurricane center was located at approximately 26.0 N 97.0 W, moving Northwest at 7 mph, with a central pressure of 964 mb and maximum winds of 100 mph. The pressure has made a dramatic decrease, dropping over 20mb in a 16 hour period causing the winds to increase around 20 mph, making it now a category 2 storm. The storm in expected to gain strength in the next few hours as it moves over the coastline and will veer Westward before it begins to decrease. Please see http://www.nhc.noaa.gov for public advisories for when it makes landfall. The image was generated using the online visualization tool TOVAS of Hurricane Dolly on July 23 at 03Z, using TRMM 3B42RT Rain Rate (mm/hr).

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