DISCUSSION: As we head deeper into the evening and overnight hours of this Mid-July Saturday (07/15/2017), Hurricane Fernanda continues to remain a very dangerous tropical cyclone as it continues to churn over the open waters of the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Having said that, it is not a threat to any land whatsoever as it remains a very powerful hurricane up to this point and will likely remain that way for at least the next 24 to 48 hours. Beyond that point, as discussed in the video briefing above, Hurricane Fernanda is expected to gradually weaken as the system moves into a much less favorable environment. To learn more about this current situation surrounding Hurricane Fernanda, watch the brief video briefing above for more details.
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©2017 Meteorologist Jordan Rabinowitz