Tropical Storm Katia
As you can see on the projected path map below, Tropical Storm Katia is far away from land and it is too early to determine if any land areas will be affected in the future. It may not reach the longitude of the Leeward Islands until around Labor Day.
Interactive map: Projected path
To see the latest status and access our full collection of maps for tracking, use the links below or scroll down.
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So, where exactly is the cyclone's center located now? If you're plotting the storm along with us, click on the "Current Information" map below to get the latitude/longitude coordinates, distance away from the nearest land location, maximum sustained winds and central pressure (measured in millibars).
Latest status including wind speed, location, movement and pressure.
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How does the system look on satellite imagery. Click on "infrared" satellite imagery, to see how "cold" the cloud tops are. Brighter orange and red shadings concentrated near the center of circulation signify a healthy tropical cyclone.
Latest enhanced satellite imagery.
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Meteorologists have a variety of numerical models to use as guidance in forecasting the track of tropical cyclones. Get an "inside look" at what these various models are saying regarding the track of this current system. (Important note: These model tracks should not be considered an official forecast. For the official forecast, see our current forecast swath.)
See where the various models forecast the center of this system to track.
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