Storm Adalia is approaching Florida and could become a hurricane

Storm Adalia is approaching Florida and could become a hurricane

(Miami) Tropical Storm IdaliaThe National Hurricane Center said the hurricane, which formed in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday, could develop into a hurricane as it moves south in the United States.

Shortly after 11 a.m., meteorologists said the storm was located about 129 kilometers east-southeast of Cozumel, Mexico, and was slowly moving east with strongest sustained winds of 64 mph. Hurricanes have winds of 119 km/h and more.

Meteorologists predictIdalia It will become a hurricane on Tuesday in the Gulf of Mexico, then move northeast toward the west coast of Florida. They do not believe that this storm threatens southwest Florida, where the killer hurricane is located Ian hit last year.


Florida Governor Ron DeSantis ordered emergency officials on Saturday to begin preparations for the storm.

“The population must remain vigilant and prepare for potential impacts [de la tempête] The Republican governor, the candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, said early next week.

The east coast of the United States has survived hurricanes this year, while the west has survived a tropical storm Hillary The hurricanes caused widespread flooding, mudslides and road closures earlier this month in Mexico, California, Nevada and parts of the north.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently said that the 2023 hurricane season will be busier than originally expected, in part because of very warm ocean temperatures.

The season lasts until November 30, with peak activity in August and September.

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