Named Storm Alex – Final Update, July 01, 2010, 5:30 AM CDT

websites Hurricane Alex made landfall approximately 100 miles south of Brownsville, Texas at roughly 7 PM Wednesday evening, June 30. This storm is producing coastal flooding due to high surf and heavy rains throughout the southeastern Texas and eastern Mexico coastlines.

see here now This storm will move inland over the next 48 hours and will produce moderate flooding in the Rio Grande valley. The coastal surf swells from Alex have shut down some oil skimming and cleanup operations from Florida to Louisiana but these operations will start up again today.

tadapox buy Please watch this blog for continuing local oil spill updates as well as for any additional Tropical Storm information during the 2010 Season.

This will be our final “Named Storm Alex” update.

For up to the minute updates and recaps, please visit the NHC site below.

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

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