Nashville, TN 37202
Last Updated: 09/18/14 09:28:31 EDT
Local Weather:   

 East Pacific


Storm Surge


Wind Radius
Storm Summary and Projection:
Hurricane Summary POSTED: September 18, 2014 7:42 a.m. Polo Now a Hurricane; Odile a Tropical Rainstorm Odile is no longer an organized tropical system; however, it will still bring heavy rainfall to parts of northern Mexico and the southwestern United States over the next couple of days. Heavy rainfall will lead to life-threatening flash flooding from Sonora Mexico through southeast Arizona and western New Mexico. Washed-out roads, mudslides and extensive flooding will impact some of the hardest hit areas. Elsewhere in the basin, Hurricane Polo is about 165 miles south-southwest of Manzanillo, Mexico. It will slowly strengthen over the next 24 hours, due to warm water and decreasing wind shear. Polo can bring some heavy rain to coastal southwest Mexico today and tomorrow and possibly to the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula this weekend. Tropical storm-force winds extend outward from the storm up to 80 miles and there can be tropical storm-force wind gusts across coastal areas today as the outer bands of Polo reach these areas. Long-range computer forecasts suggest another tropical system should form due west of central America in a few days; otherwise, the rest of the Pacific Basin is relatively quiet. By Meteorologist Steve Travis

 Other Cities
National Forecasts

International Forecasts

 Severe Weather
Local Severe Weather
Watches and Warnings
Hurricane Center

 Forecast Center
7-day Summaries
Hour-by-Hour Forecasts

 Radar Center
State/Local Radar
Regional Radar Loop
National Radar Loop

 Map Center
State/Local Satellite
Regional Satellite
High Temperatures
Low Temperatures
Fronts and Pressure
Jet Stream

 Hurricane Center
Active Atlantic Storms
Past Atlantic Storms
Active Pacific Storms
Past Pacific Storms

 Travel Center
Airport Delays
Travel Conditions

 Health Weather
Air Quality
Overall Pollen