Vance Forms in the Eastern Pacific; the Atlantic Goes Quiet
Posted: 11:05 AM EDT on October 31, 2014
Tropical Storm Vance formed in the Eastern Pacific on Thursday afternoon. The storm's heaviest rains will remain well offshore from Mexico through Sunday, but Vance is expected to make landfall in Mainland Mexico northwest of Puerto Vallarta on Tuesday night. Vance's moisture will likely bring heavy rain to Texas on Wednesday.
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