Tropical Storm Lisa forms in the Caribbean

(CNN) — This Monday, Tropical Storm Lisa formed in the Caribbean, which until now was considered a disturbance. According to the National Hurricane Center (NHC).

According to Hurricane Hunter, maximum sustained winds are currently near 40 mph, with tropical storm-force winds extending about 100 miles from the center.

This is the wind forecast for Tropical Storm Lisa.
(Credit: National Hurricane Center)

The storm’s center is about 280 km south of Jamaica, where a tropical storm warning is in effect.

Lisa is expected to gradually become stronger and perhaps become a Cyclone.
“On the planned track, the center will pass south of Jamaica today, south of the Cayman Islands tomorrow, and approach Central America on Wednesday,” the center said.

The NHC says the system’s progress should be followed along the coast of Central America, particularly Belize and the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, and more warnings or warnings may be needed for Tropical Storm Lisa. The next few years. bell

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