Warnings issued over 9th depression of season

| 21/08/2012

td9.JPG(CNS): The National Hurricane Center in Miami began issuing warnings onTuesday morning in connection with Tropical Depression 9, which has formed east of The Lesser Antilles. Experts predicted that the weather system, which was travelling toward the west at around 20 mph, would become a tropical storm sometime today. At 7am local time it was located about 645 miles east of Guadeloupe, and although it currently poses no threat to the Cayman Islands, on the current forecast track it could be in the northwest Caribbean by Sunday.

The NHC said winds are currently around 35 mph with higher gusts and strengthening is expected over the next 48 Hours when it will become TS Issac.

Go to the NHC website for more information

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  1. Anonymous says:

    9th depression? I thought it was his 5th or 6th budget. It's so easy to lose count of things these days.

  2. Anonymous says:

    just bring it!