StormTrack has moved:
August 22, 2005
While I would hardly call this a significant event, Tropical Storm Jose has formed in the Gulf of Mexico and is quickly striking the central Mexico coast. Currently maximum sustained winds are at 50 mph and the minimum central pressure is 1002 mb.
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