Tropical Storm Lane 2012
AT 3PM FROM THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER IN MIAMI
TROPICAL STORM LANE FORMS IN THE EASTERN PACIFIC... NO THREAT TO LAND....
Saturday, September 15, 2012 8:12 PM MDT Tropical Storm Lane has evolved quickly from Tropical Depression 12E and is moving northwest into the Central Pacific. Tropical Storm Lane is about 1185 miles southwest of Cabo San Lucas and will pose no threat to landfall
Topical Storm Lane is currently located near 12.8N 123.7W and is moving 245° at 4kts. Central barometric pressure is estimated at 1003Mb and winds are 35kts with gusts to 45 kts, making Lane just barely a tropical storm. Tropical storm conditions and 12ft seas extend out about 50 miles from the eye. Lane is forecast to move to the northwest over the next several days. This path will put Lane over sub 26°C waters on Monday. Once over colder waters the storm will dissipate quickly and will pose no threat of landfall anywhere.