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Hurricane Zeta types near western Cuba

Hurricane Zeta types near western Cuba

Tropical Storm Zeta, the 27 th of the cyclonic season, formed this Sunday near the coasts of western Cuba and the Yucatan Peninsula, which constitutes a brand-new record for this duration in the Atlantic.

At 8 a.m., the center of the storm was about 470 kilometers south-southeast of the western suggestion of Cuba, according to an alert from the United States National Typhoon.

The system had optimal sustained winds of 65 kilometers (40 miles) per hour and was barely moving, according to meteorologists.

The system is expected to rearrange and move north-northwest on Sunday, preventing a direct effect on Cuba and the Yucatan Peninsula on Monday prior to getting in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday.

A tropical storm watch was released for Pinar del Río, Cuba, and a hurricane warning for Cozumel and between Tulum and Río Lagartos, Mexico. Zeta is anticipated to end up being a hurricane throughout the day.

Zeta ended up being the 27 th registered storm in the Atlantic cyclone season, breaking the November 29, 2005 record, according to Colorado State University hurricane scientist Phil Klotzbach.

There have been a lot of storms this year that the cyclone center has turned to the Greek alphabet to identify them after tiring the names from the main list.

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Zeta could bring 4 to 8 inches (10 to 20 centimeters) of rain to parts of the Caribbean, Mexico, southern Florida and the Florida Keys on Wednesday, according to forecasters. Some locations could get up to 12 inches (30 centimeters) of water.

For its part, Hurricane Epsilon was moving fast through the northern stretch of the Atlantic Ocean. Professionals approximated that it would end up being a post-tropical cyclone on Sunday. The large water level rises caused by the system might trigger harmful waves and currents on the east coast of the United States and the Atlantic coast of Canada in the coming days.

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