Tropical Storm Pilar

Tropical Storm Pilar

Pilar is a tropical storm in the Eastern Pacific Basin.

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Contributions by: CIRA Staff

Satellite imagery of this event:

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Pilar Moves West Across Eastern Pacific

Description:

Pilar continues to maintain tropical storm status as it moves further into open ocean.


Phenomena: Tropical Cyclones

Satellite: GOES-18

Product: GeoColor GLM Group Energy Density

Instrument: ABI GLM

Sunrise On Tropical Storm Pilar

Description:

Morning bursts of convection can be seen within the tropical system.


Phenomena: Tropical Cyclones

Satellite: GOES-16

Product: Infrared (band 13) Visible (band 2)

Instrument: ABI

Pilar Starts to Move Westward

Description:

Pilar has begun to move westward, but heavy rainfall is still occurring along the Pacific Coast of El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica. The storm is expected to continue moving westward away from land.


Phenomena: Tropical Cyclones

Satellite: GOES-16

Product: GeoColor GLM Group Energy Density

Instrument: ABI GLM

Pilar Moves Slowly Eastward

Description:

Tropical Storm Pilar slowly moves eastward toward Central America.


Phenomena: Tropical Cyclones

Satellite: GOES-16

Product: GeoColor

Instrument: ABI

Tropical Storm Pilar Burbles

Description:

Tropical Storm Pilar burbles off the coast of El Salvador in the eastern Pacific Ocean.


Phenomena: Tropical Cyclones

Satellite: GOES-16

Product: Infrared (band 13) Visible (band 2)

Instrument: ABI

Tropical Depression EP92 Bubbles Southwest of El Salvador

Description:

Tropical Disturbance EP92 bubbles south-southwest of El Salvador. This system is in conditions conducive to its development, and has a good chance of becoming a tropical storm soon as it drifts northwestward.


Phenomena: Tropical Cyclones

Satellite: GOES-16

Product: GeoColor

Instrument: ABI