Tropical Update: Hurricane Arthur 7/5/2014 UPDATE: Tropical Storm/Post-Tropical Cyclone

11 AM Update | NHC Issues Final Advisory – Canadian Hurricane Centre To Issue Future Statements

As Arthur continues to bring strong winds and heavy faints over portions of southeastern Canada through tonight. The National Hurricane Center issued the final advisory on Arthur this hour and all future statements will be issued by the Canadian Hurricane Centre. Arthur is moving northeast at 24 mph with maximum sustained winds of 60 mph with a minimum pressure of 983 mb. Gale force winds are extending outward 205 miles.

Arthur is expected to weaken over the next couple of days. Tropical storm warnings are in effect in Canada, pictured below in blue.

8 AM Update | Arthur Becomes a Post-Tropical Cyclone

As Arthur races north-northeast at 23 mph, he continues to degrade. NHC recently downgraded the system to a post-tropical cyclone. Arthur is located about 50 miles north-northwest of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia with maximum sustained winds of 65 mph and a central pressure at 983 mb. Gale force winds are extending 16o miles from the center and a gust of 54 mph was reported at Luneburg, Nova Scotia.

Arthur is expected to weaken over the next couple of days as well as a decrease in forward speed. Tropical storm warnings are in effect in Canada, pictured below in blue.

5 AM Update | Hurricane Arthur Weakens to a Tropical Storm Near Nova Scotia

Hurricane Arthur is no more. Arthur has weakened back to a tropical storm with maximum sustained winds of 70 mph and a pressure increase to 981 mb. Arthur’s tropical storm force winds are reaching 160 from the center. Presently, TS Arthur is located 65 miles southwest of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.

Hurricane Arthur – Spaghetti Models

Current GOES-Floater Visible Satellite Image

Tropical Cyclone Arthur Visible Satellite Loop

GOES – Tropical Cyclone Arthur Visible Satellite Loop

Tropical Cyclone History | Arthur

This table contains the NHC’s statistics for the tropical cyclone from each advisory.

Date Time (EST) Classification Max Winds (mph) Movement/Speed Pressure (mb)
June 28 Invest 91L
June 30 11 PM Tropical Depression 35 SW at 2 mph 1009
July 1 2 AM 35 SW at 2 mph 1009
5 AM 35 W at 2 mph 1008
8 AM 35 Stationary 1007
11 AM Tropical Storm 40 NW at 2 mph 1007
2 PM 40 NW at 5 mph 1007
5 PM 50 NW at 2 mph 1003
8 PM 50 Stationary 1003
11 PM 50 N at 2 mph 1003
July 2 2 AM 60 N at 4 mph 1001
5 AM 60 N at 6 mph 996
8 AM 60 N at 6 mph 998
11 AM 60 N at 7 mph 997
2 PM 60 N at 7 mph 997
5 PM 70 N at 7 mph 992
8 PM 70 N at 8 mph 990
11 PM 70 N at 8 mph 988
July 3 2 AM 70 N at 8 mph 988
5 AM Hurricane
Category 1
 75 N at 9 mph 985
8 AM 80 NNE at 9 mph 983
11 AM 90 NNE at 10 mph 981
2 PM 90 NNE at 13 mph 980
5 PM 90 NNE at 13 mph 977
7 PM 90 NNE at 15 mph 977
8 PM 90 NNE at 15 mph 997
9 PM Hurricane
Category 2
 100 NNE at 15 mph 976
11 PM 100 NE at 18 mph 976
July 4 1 AM 100 NE at 18 mph 976
3 AM 100 NE at 22 mph 973
7 AM 100 NE at 23 mph 973
11 AM Hurricane  90 NE at 24 mph 976
2 PM  90 NE at 25 mph 977
5 PM 80 NE at 26 mph 979
11 PM 75 NE at 31 mph 976
July 5 2 AM 75 NE at 31 mph 981
5 AM Tropical Storm 70 NE at 22 mph 981
8 AM Post-Tropical Cyclone 65 NNE at 23 mph 983
11 AM 60 NE at 24 mph 983

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