Where will Tropical Storm Grace make landfall? Track the storm, spaghetti models

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Tropical Storm Grace continues to strengthen in the Caribbean, and is expected to strengthen into a hurricane sometime Wednesday.

Tropical Storm Grace has maximum sustained winds of 65 mph, according to the 4 a.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center.

Grace is forecast to continue strengthening, and is expected to reach the eastern Yucatan Peninsula Wednesday night or early Thursday morning.

Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 115 miles from the center of the storm.

The storm is located 1,216 miles southeast of Corpus Christi, and is moving west at 16 mph. It is expected to continue a westward to west-northwestward movement for the next several days. 

Cone of uncertainty: See the latest graphic from the NHC

Satellite images: See latest satellite image from NOAA, for a clearer picture of the storm’s size

Later Wednesday morning, Grace is expected to pass over the Cayman Islands, and the current track has the storm moving into Mexico early Saturday morning.

Latest data on Tropical Storm Grace

Here is the latest data on Tropical Storm Grace pulled from the National Hurricane Center’s advisory.

  • Location: 1,216 miles southeast of Corpus Christi
  • Maximum sustained winds: 65 mph
  • Movement: West at 16 mph
  • Pressure: 998 MB (millibars)
  • When next advisory will be released: 7 a.m. CT

Spaghetti models: Track Grace here