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Tropical hurricane might hit Central America and the Caribbean

Caribe, ciclón, Bonnie

Tropical hurricane might hit Central America and the Caribbean

Washington, Jul 1 (Prensa Latina) A potential tropical hurricane is threatening some Central American and Caribbean countries with heavy rainfall, sudden floods and landslides, the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) reported on Friday.

According to the lastest weather forecast, that phenomenon, which will be called Bonnie, would hit the islands of San Andres, in Colombia, and the coasts of the Caribeean Sea in Costa Rica and Nicaragua.

This phenomenon might become a tropical storm on Friday while it slows down on the southwestern Caribbean Sea.

At 08:00 local time, it was located near latitude 11.5 north, longitude 79.9 west moving towards the west at near 30 km/h, and it will continuously move towards the west with a gradual speed reduction until Saturday evening, according to the forecast.

It also indicates that on Sunday the storm will move to the west-northwest and will continue until Monday.

In the forecast trajectory, this phenomenon will move through the southwestern Caribbean Sea on Friday, cross southern Nicaragua or northern Costa Rica tonight and emerge on the eastern Pacific Ocean on Saturday.

Afterwards, it will move offshore but parallel to the coasts of El Salvador, Guatemala and southern Mexico from Saturday to Monday.

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