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Tropical Depression Nate currently brewing in Caribbean Sea

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by Joseph Earnest October 4, 2017


Newscast Media TAMPAA new tropical depression has formed in the western Caribbean Sea. This system will bring locally heavy rain to parts of Central America the next few days. Bands of heavy rain and winds may affect Cancún and Cozumel by Friday.


It is increasingly likely the future "Nate" will landfall along the northern Gulf Coast Sunday as either a tropical storm or hurricane.

Interests in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, western Cuba, and the U.S. Gulf Coast should monitor the progress of this system closely.

The newly formed tropical depression is currently about 200 miles south-southeast from the Caribbean Sea border of Nicaragua and Honduras, moving northwest at 5 to 10 mph.

Tropical storm warnings have been issued for parts of the Caribbean coasts of Nicaragua and Honduras, from Sandy Bay Sirpi, Nicaragua to Punta Castilla, Honduras, meaning tropical storm conditions are likely within the next 36 hours.

Once the system reaches tropical storm status, it would be named Nate.

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 Source: Weather Channel














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