On this June 9th, we're looking quiet again in the Atlantic Basin. We're not seeing any waves out in the water leading to any tropical development over the next 5 days. Out in the Pacific, there are two tropical storms we're watching. Tropical Storm Aletta was last clocked with 60 mph sustained wind speeds. However, it's encountering a hostile environment that'll allow the storm to rapidly weaken as we roll through Sunday. It'll weaken to a depression and dissipate early next week. There's another system off to its southeast. Tropical Storm Bud is a low-end tropical cyclone with wind speeds of 40 mph. With its northwest trajectory taking it over warm waters and a more conducive environment, it'll continue to strengthen. By Monday, it's forecast to become a hurricane. By mid to late week, it should weaken before affecting the southern Baja Peninsula.
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