Tropical Storm Lee has intensified into a hurricane and is expected to become "extremely dangerous" by the weekend, possibly reaching Category 4 status. Experts warn of life-threatening weather conditions and urge residents in the projected path to monitor the storm closely. The hurricane is forecast to generate hazardous waves and currents along the East Coast of the United States. It is also expected to bring tropical storm-force winds to Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and the Leeward Islands.
Caribbean Sea News & Breaking Stories
The most powerful hurricane of 2023, Jova, is rapidly intensifying in the Pacific Ocean, but fortunately not heading towards the coast. Meanwhile, Hurricane Lee is forming in the Atlantic and poses a threat to several Caribbean islands.
Possible Development in the Gulf Next Week - People Swept Away in Las Vegas Flooding - Relief from Heat is Close - Franklin Could Become a Hurricane
Possible tropical development in the Gulf of Mexico next week raises concerns amidst a series of extreme weather events across the US. Residents along the Gulf Coast are urged to stay vigilant and prepared, with an emergency kit and reliable sources of information. Acts of kindness and solidarity can make a significant difference in times of crisis. As climate change continues to impact our planet, proactive measures are necessary to mitigate the effects of these events and adapt to a changing climate.
Hurricane tracker: Tropical system approaches Gulf of Mexico; Florida Governor Ron DeSantis holds meetings
Tropical system in Caribbean could impact Florida next week. National Hurricane Center predicts it will be named Idalia. Governor DeSantis urges residents to stay vigilant.