THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE ACTIVITY HAS STARTED ALREADY
HERE IS ANOTHER HURRICANE
Guillermo was centered about 1,275 miles west-southwest of the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula on Friday afternoon. It's moving west near 15 mph.
Tropical Storm Guillermo formed on August 12 from a broad area of low pressure nearly 700 miles SW of Baja California. The system developed a good series of banding features and convection, and as a result, in the afternoon later that day, it strengthened into a tropical storm, the seventh in the eastern Pacific that year. OnAugust 14, it strengthened to become the fourth hurricane of the season, concurrent to the development of a good, banding type eye. That afternoon, Guillermo strengthened to a Category 2 hurricane with maximum winds increasing to 100 mph (155 km/h).