As the eighth tropical storm develops, the Canary Islands will see significant rainfall.

According to the latest bulletin from the National Hurricane Center, at 9:00 GMT, Hermione’s center was 290 miles (470 km) northeast of Cape Verde, with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph (65 km/h). NHC) American.

As the eighth tropical storm develops, the Canary Islands will see significant rainfall.

Although no Coastal Watch or Warning is in force at this moment, Hermine is expected to generate 2 to 4 inches (50 to 100 mm) of rain across the Canary Islands through this weekend, with various degrees of 6 inches (150 mm). using various formulas.

Some strengthening is probable tomorrow, with weakening predicted on Sunday, and Hermione might be a residual low on Monday, according to the observatory.

Hermine was supposed to be named Tropical Depression 9, which is located in the Caribbean; however, if it becomes a hurricane during the next several hours, it will be renamed Ian.

The intensity of Storm Fiona was felt in the east this Friday as it moved into the heart of the Caribbean, where it might intensify to a major hurricane off Florida after passing over Jamaica and Cuba over the weekend. Canada. Will.

According to the latest NHC data, Nine is 515 miles (830 kilometers) east of Kingston, Jamaica, and 1,015 miles (1,635 kilometers) south of Havana, with maximum sustained winds of 35 miles per hour (55 kilometers per hour).

Although it is too early to determine the actual magnitude of the storm, some estimates indicate that it may travel over Cuba as a Category 1 or 2 hurricane, and maybe as a Category 3 off the coast of Florida (USA).

The NHC advises Jamaica and the Cayman Islands to keep a careful eye on the evolution of this system, which is heading west-northwest at 14 mph (22 km/h).

The system is predicted to head west today and persist through Saturday, then turn northwest on Sunday and Monday.

On current forecasts, the storm will proceed over the central Caribbean through Saturday, pass south of Jamaica on Saturday night and Sunday, and arrive at the Cayman Islands late Sunday night or early Monday.

Monday night's arrival in Florida is possible.

Tropical Depression 9 is still forecast to bring rain to Aruba, Bonaire, CuraƧao, northern Venezuela, and northern Colombia, with rain falling more heavily over Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, and Cuba.

Fiona, the third hurricane of the season, is around 475 miles (770 kilometers) from Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia (Canada), and has maximum sustained winds of 130 miles per hour (215 kilometers per hour).

A tropical storm warning for the Atlantic archipelago has already been lifted by the Bermuda Weather Service.

A Hurricane Warning is in place for Nova Scotia, Canada, from Hubbards to Brule, Prince Edward Island, le-de-la-Madeleine, and Newfoundland from Parsons Pond to Francois.

Fiona is traveling northeast at 35 mph (56 km/h), and the core of the storm is expected to hit Nova Scotia today.

Tropical Storm Gaston, on the other hand, is heading toward the Azores and is located 130 kilometers from Fayle Island, in the middle of that Atlantic island, with maximum sustained winds of 65 mph (100 km/h).

A Tropical Storm Warning is in force for the western Azores islands of Flores and Corvo, as well as Faial, Pico, So Jorge, Graciosa, and Terceira.

Gaston's path indicates that it will pass close or over the Azores by Saturday morning.

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