Meteorological phenomenon should occur in the coming days and also reach Cayman Islands and Cuba
Tropical Storm Ian is set to become a hurricane and hit Florida
One drilling should be formed in the next few days from a storm system that crosses the Caribbean Sea, threatening the Cayman Islands, Cuba and the south of Florida. The information was released by meteorologists from the National Hurricane Center, who also explained that it is still too early to determine the magnitude and location of the storm’s impact on Cuba and Florida, but urged residents to prepare for a possible hurricane with onset. next week. THE tropical stormcall of Ian, is expected to gain strength and speed as it travels over warm waters. Ian is likely to pass southwest Jamaica as a tropical storm this Sunday and is expected to reach hurricane strength as it passes near or over the Cayman Islands, on Monday, the 26th, according to the National Hurricane Center. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued an emergency order for 24 counties in the storm’s potential path and urged residents to stock up on needed supplies such as food, water and medicine. The recent storm comes after Hurricane Fiona hit the Caribbean and reached eastern Canada earlier this Saturday, the 24th. Fiona was responsible for the deaths of at least seven people. The Atlantic coast of the United States is hit by one to two hurricanes a year, on average, according to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), which has tracked storms since the mid-20th century.
*With information from Estadão Conteúdo.