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DEVELOPING: There are 6 named storms in the Western Hemisphere
Sep 19, 2019 | 0  |     

DEVELOPING: There are 6 named storms in the Western Hemisphere
(CNN) – Wednesday has been quite a day for cyclones. By late morning, there were six named storms moving in the Atlantic, over the United States or in the Eastern Pacific. They were:

Hurricane Humberto
Humberto, the year’s second major Atlantic hurricane, was heading toward Bermuda as a sprawling Category 3 storm. The storm’s powerful core is expected to pass Wednesday night just north of the Atlantic island territory. The system likely will batter the island with hurricane-force and tropical-storm-force winds Wednesday evening into Thursday morning.
Tropical Depression Imelda
Imelda, once a tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico, was flooding parts of the Houston area on Wednesday morning as a tropical depression. The storm is expected to drop large amounts of rain — perhaps up to 25 inches — into Thursday over eastern Texas.
Tropical Storm Jerry
Jerry, still hundreds of miles east of the Caribbean Sea’s easternmost islands, could become a hurricane by Thursday night, the National Hurricane Center said. It could get near the northern Leeward Islands, including the British Virgin Islands and Anguilla, Friday into Saturday morning, but it’s too soon to tell if the islands will be affected. CONTINUE


DEVELOPING: There are 6 named storms in the Western Hemisphere
Sep 19, 2019 | 0  |     

DEVELOPING: There are 6 named storms in the Western Hemisphere
(CNN) – Wednesday has been quite a day for cyclones. By late morning, there were six named storms moving in the Atlantic, over the United States or in the Eastern Pacific. They were:

Hurricane Humberto
Humberto, the year’s second major Atlantic hurricane, was heading toward Bermuda as a sprawling Category 3 storm. The storm’s powerful core is expected to pass Wednesday night just north of the Atlantic island territory. The system likely will batter the island with hurricane-force and tropical-storm-force winds Wednesday evening into Thursday morning.
Tropical Depression Imelda
Imelda, once a tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico, was flooding parts of the Houston area on Wednesday morning as a tropical depression. The storm is expected to drop large amounts of rain — perhaps up to 25 inches — into Thursday over eastern Texas.
Tropical Storm Jerry
Jerry, still hundreds of miles east of the Caribbean Sea’s easternmost islands, could become a hurricane by Thursday night, the National Hurricane Center said. It could get near the northern Leeward Islands, including the British Virgin Islands and Anguilla, Friday into Saturday morning, but it’s too soon to tell if the islands will be affected. CONTINUE https://edition.cnn.com/2019/09/18/weather/weather-six-named-storms/index.html


https://edition.cnn.com/2019/09/18/weather/weather-six-named-storms/index.html
There are 6 named storms in the Western Hemisphere
By Jason Hanna, CNN
Updated 1734 GMT (0134 HKT) September 18, 2019
daily weather forecast hurricane humberto tropical depression imelda heat_00000224
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Flash Flood threat for parts of Texas and Louisiana from Imelda 01:47
(CNN)Wednesday has been quite a day for cyclones. 
By late morning, there were six named storms moving in the Atlantic, over the United States or in the Eastern Pacific.

They were:

Hurricane Humberto
Humberto, the year's second major Atlantic hurricane, was heading toward Bermuda as a sprawling Category 3 storm.
The storm's powerful core is expected to pass Wednesday night just north of the Atlantic island territory. The system likely will batter the island with hurricane-force and tropical-storm-force winds Wednesday evening into Thursday morning.

Tropical Depression Imelda
Imelda, once a tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico, was flooding parts of the Houston area on Wednesday morning as a tropical depression.
The storm is expected to drop large amounts of rain -- perhaps up to 25 inches -- into Thursday over eastern Texas.

Tropical Storm Jerry
Jerry, still hundreds of miles east of the Caribbean Sea's easternmost islands, could become a hurricane by Thursday night, the National Hurricane Center said.
It could get near the northern Leeward Islands, including the British Virgin Islands and Anguilla, Friday into Saturday morning, but it's too soon to tell if the islands will be affected.

Tropical Storm Kiko
Kiko, once a hurricane in the Pacific, could become a hurricane again by Friday or Saturday, the National Hurricane Center said.
But it is not expected to affect land anytime soon, if ever.

Tropical Storm Lorena
Lorena, just off southwestern Mexico's Pacific coast on Wednesday afternoon, could strengthen into a hurricane before lashing the coast Wednesday evening into Thursday, the National Hurricane Center said.
The storm by Saturday could reach Mexico's Baja California Peninsula.

Tropical Storm Mario
Mario also was in the Pacific on Wednesday, well off Mexico's coast.
It's forecast to become a hurricane later Wednesday but not expected to have much impact on land over the next few days.
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