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800 AM PDT SUN JUN 12 2011 ...ADRIAN WEAKENS TO A POST-TROPICAL REMNANT LOW...THIS IS THE LAST ADVISORY...
By 5 PM June 8th, Adrian was now the first hurricane of the season with winds at Category 1 strength around 75 MPH. Adrian grew into a Category 4 hurricane on June 9th making it the first Major Hurricane of the East Pacific 2011 Season with maximum winds of 135 MPH.
After peaking in intensity on Friday June 10th, Adrian started weakening in the afternoon and rapidly continued to weaken on Saturday when it was downgraded to a Tropical Storm. By Sunday morning June 12th, Adrian had weakened to a remnant low and was no longer monitored by the NHC. It had a short and powerful ride for a few days, but fortunately, it did not make landfall.
Hurricane ADRIAN Advisory Archive
800 AM PDT TUE JUN 07 2011 ...FIRST TROPICAL DEPRESSION OF THE 2011 EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC HURRICANE SEASON FORMS...
Throughout the Hurricane Season, we will continue to monitor active storms and provide updates in our blog, especially paying attention to storms that could impact cruise ships in the vicinity.