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Tropical Cyclone Warnings in Florida, Bahamas, and Cuba as Agatha’s Wreckage Intensifies in the Gulf

A tropical cyclone warning was issued in the south FloridaAnd part of Bahamas Cuba as if Hurricane Agatha remains in the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico.

National Hurricane Center (NHC) expect A storm hit Florida’s west coast sometime Saturday before clearing the southern tip of the state.

They give the storm a 90 percent chance of forming a cyclone within the next few days, probably Someday overnight.

Much of southern Florida is expected to rain 4 to 8 inches. According to the NHC, flash floods can also occur at the southern tip of the state.

Storm surges along Florida’s Gulf Coast can reach 1-2 feet.

Currently, this system is called “Potential Tropical Cyclone 1”, but when it reaches a tropical cyclone condition with winds over 39 miles per hour (63 kph), it is called Tropical Cyclone Alex. ..

This will be the first named storm of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season, which officially began this week.

Hurricane Agatha killed As a result of sweeping Mexico, at least 11 people were missing and more than 30 were missing. As the storm crosses the Yucatan Peninsula into the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, meteorologists have warned that it could reignite before it hits the United States.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Predicting Up to 21 named storms will occur during another intense hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean this year. There are usually about 14 named storms a year.

The agency is partially responsible for the ongoing La NiƱa phenomenon in the Pacific Ocean. This can make the Atlantic hurricane season even more intense and raise the surface water temperature of the Atlantic and Caribbean Seas.

the scientist warm Climate crises are likely to make hurricanes stronger and more frequent.

Researchers have also been able to show a relationship between specific storm intensities, Like Hurricane HarveyStruck Texas in 2017, and the climate crisis.

Tropical Cyclone Warnings in Florida, Bahamas, and Cuba as Agatha’s Wreckage Intensifies in the Gulf

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