Stan Blazyk

Stan Blazyk is a life-long weather enthusiast, long-time Galveston resident and author of "A Century of Galveston Weather." He has written about weather for The Daily News for more than a decade.

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At 10 am, CDT, Tropical Storm Zeta was moving northwestward into the Gulf of Mexico. At that time, Zeta was centered near 21.6 N and 89.5 W, or about 40 miles north-northeast of Progreso, Mexico. Sustained winds were 65 mph and central barometric pressure was 985 MB (29.09 inches). Zeta was …

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Sunday morning brought sunny skies and light winds to the area, with Galveston averaging only 9.8 mph during the day. This was in stark contrast to the stormy conditions that raked much of the county Friday night and Saturday as Delta passed by 75 nautical miles to the east of Galveston County.

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Hurricane Delta has been upgraded to a Category 3 hurricane with 115 mph sustained winds. Delta has become very well organized and is in a favorable environment. As a consequence, it is expected to become a robust Category 4 hurricane with 140 mph sustained winds within the next 12-24 hours …

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The National Hurricane Center upgraded the disturbance in the Caribbean Sea to Tropical Storm Delta. At 10 am, CDT, Delta was centered near 16.4 N and 78.6 W, or 135 miles south of Negril, Jamaica. Delta was moving west at 7 mph with sustained winds of 45 mph and a central pressure of 1002 M…

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Tropical Storm Beta is moving a little more quickly to the west-northwest and could make landfall near Port O’Connor late tonight. It's then expected to turn northeastward, paralleling the Texas coast and moving across southern Galveston County or near Galveston Island during the day on Wedn…