The Atlantic is experiencing intense cyclonic activity with five atmospheric phenomena

The Atlantic is going through one of the most active meteorological moments with five atmospheric phenomena ranging from the dangerous hurricanes Florence to a wide tropical depression in the Gulf of Mexico that with a potential of 70% becoming a cyclone, passing through Issac, Joyce and Helene.

Although Florence fell to category three when expectations were that it would increase to five, it remains a potentially dangerous hurricane because of its size and advances over the southwest Atlantic Ocean, between Bermuda and the Bahamas, to approach the Carolinas on Thursday and the Friday, and move slowly near the coast until Saturday.

“Although Florence is expected to begin to weaken on Thursday afternoon, it is forecast to be an extremely dangerous major hurricane when it approaches the US coast on Friday,” the NHC said.

While Isaac, which carries maximum sustained winds of 70 miles per hour (110 km / h), moves west and is 775 miles (1,250 km) east of the Lesser Antilles.

The Lesser Antilles reinforce the preparations for the anticipated arrival of cyclone Isaac to the region, which caused a hurricane watch to be issued for Dominica, Martinique and Guadeloupe.

The governments of the small Caribbean islands are closely following the cyclone, while the National Hurricane Center (NHC) of the United States. In addition, it has established a tropical storm surveillance (system passage in 48 hours) for Antigua and Montserrat.


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