Posted: Tuesday, October 28, 2014. 1:51 pm CST.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014. PATRICK E. JONES Reporting: The tropical system that was TD-9, then Tropical Storm Hanna, then a Tropical Depression again and now Invest 96L, just does not seem to want to go away.
After going ashore on the Nicaragua/Honduras border as Tropical Storm Hanna on Monday, the remnants of the former Tropical Storm Hanna is now back over the waters of the Caribbean Sea in the Gulf of Honduras near Roatan.
It is a well-defined low pressure system and forecasters give it a 20% chance of returning to a Tropical Storm as it moves towards Belize this afternoon and tomorrow morning.
The close proximity to land, according to forecasters will severely inhibit the chances of any significant development.
Invest 96L is currently carrying maximum sustained winds of 25 miles per hour and moving west-northwest at 10 miles per hour.
By midday on Wednesday, Invest 96L should be inland over Belize and northern Guatemala.
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