Tropical Storm Humberto rolls across Atlantic

| 09/09/2013

(CNS): A tropical storm which developed off the coast of the Cape Verde Islands in theearly hours of the morning continued rolling across the Atlantic Monday at around 13 miles per hour but the storm was not expected to pose any threat to the region. Forecasters from the National Hurricane Centres predicted that the storm which was expected to strengthen would make a sharp turn toward the northwest and north-northwest Tuesday and Wednesday pushing it away from land and up into the Atlantic. Meanwhile, the local weather was expected to remain wet with the weather centre calling for cloudy rainy conditions associated with a stationary upper level trough west of Cayman.

Radar images show widely scattered showers over the Cayman area slowly drifting northwest a 50% chance of light to moderate showers and possible thunder was expected Monday night with cloudy to overcast skies and a 60% chance of light to moderate showers and possible thunder on Tuesday with similar weather conditions persisting through Wednesday evening.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Fish storm.