In The Canary Islands Eighth Tropical Storm Forms, Will Cause Heavy Rain

According to the most recent bulletin of the National Hurricane Center, at 9:00 GMT Hermione’s central area was at 290 miles (470 km) northeast of Cape Verde, with maximum sustained winds of 40 (65 km/h). (65 kilometers/h). NHC) American.

While there is currently no Coastal Watch or Warning is currently in place, Hermine is forecast to deliver between 2 and 4 inches (50 to 100 millimetres) of rain across the Canary Islands through this weekend and will vary in intensity from 6 inches (150 millimeters). With different formulas. ,

There is a chance of strengthening on the horizon, and weakening could be scheduled for Sunday. Hermione might be remnant of a low Monday, as per the observatory forecast.It was originally planned that Hermine was to be named Tropical Depression 9 which is located in the Caribbean and, should it become a hurricane in the next couple of hours, it’ll be named Ian.

Hurricane Number 9 strengthens in its advance towards the middle of the Caribbean and from there it could become a major hurricane in Florida after having passed across Jamaica and Cuba during the weekend as the force of hurricane Fiona was felt in the eastern part of the region on Friday. Will. Canada.

NHC announced in its most recent publication it was Nine lies five miles (830 km) east of the Jamaican capital Kingston and 1,015 miles (1,635 kilometers) away from Havana and moving at maximum sustained speeds of 35 (35 mph. (55 km) /h).

Although it’s too early to determine the exact size of the cyclone, predictions suggest that it could traverse Cuba as one or two Category 1 hurricane or as a category 3 near the shores from Florida (USA). It could also be able to reach.

The NHC insists the need for Jamaica and Cayman Islands must closely track the progression of the system that is moving towards the west-northwest at 14mph (22 km/h).The System is predicted to turn to the west on Friday and last through Saturday, before an orientation to the northwest on Monday and Sunday.

The cyclone is on track and is expected to pass throughout the Central Caribbean through Saturday, before passing south of Jamaica late on Saturday night and Sunday, before arriving in the Cayman Islands in the early hours of Sunday and Monday morning. ,

May will reach Florida by Monday evening.

Tropical Storm 9 is predicted to bring rain to Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao Northern Venezuela along with northern Colombia and will be more intense over Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, and Cuba.

Fiona is the third major hurricane of the season, lies approximately 475 miles (770 km) from Halifax which is the capital city for the provincial of Nova Scotia (Canada), and has sustained maximum speeds at 130 miles per hour (215 kilometers/h). The Bermuda Weather Service has already lifted a tropical storm alert to that region. Atlantic archipelago.

An Hurricane Watch is in effect for Nova Scotia in Canada from Hubbards to Brule, Prince Edward Island, le-de-la-Madeleine, and from Parsons Pond to Francois in Newfoundland.

Fiona is moving towards the northeast at a speed of 35 miles per hour (56 kilometers/hour) and, according to the track forecast the center of the cyclone should arrive in Nova Scotia today.

However, Tropical Gaston, on the other hand, is Tropical Gaston is moving towards the Azores is located 130 km away from Fayle Island, in the middle of the Atlantic archipelago. It has the highest sustained wind speed of miles per hour (100 kilometers/h). ,

A Tropical Storm Warning is in place for the island in Flores as well as Corvo in the Azores’ western part and also for Faial, Pico, So Jorge, Graciosa and Terceira.

Gaston’s trajectory suggests it will be passing close to or over the Azores early on Saturday morning.

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