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Kay weakens in eastern Pacific

9:00 p.m. ET ET Tue.,Oct.5,2004

 

Kevin Roth, Sr. Meteorologist, The Weather Channel

 

 

Tropical Depression #14-E strengthened into Tropical Storm Kay Tuesday morning, but weakened dramtically Tuesday afternoon and was downgraded back to tropical depression status. Kay should continue to move off to the west away from land with little change in strength expected over the next 24 hours.

 

In the western Pacific, Tropical Storm Ma-on (50 mph) is moving northward through the Philippine Sea. Ma-on is expected to take a more northwesterly course shortly and perhaps strengthen to a minimal typhoon within about 18 hours. At least for the next couple of days, no land areas are threatened by the storm.

 

Closer to home, disturbed weather continues in the western Gulf of Mexico off the Mexican east coast from the Bay of Campeche northward. No imminent tropical development is expected in this area, however.

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