Tropical depression and dangerous weather across the US this weekend

United States warns of tropical depression. Thunderstorms could start on Thursday. Will there be dangerous weather? TAKE PRECAUTIONS! On ...

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  • United States warns of tropical depression.
  • Thunderstorms could start on Thursday.
  • Will there be dangerous weather?

TAKE PRECAUTIONS! On Thursday, weather experts announced a major tropical depression that could start with thunderstorms and trigger a dangerous situation. The National Weather Service noted that this depression could cause heavy rains.

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) gave the forecast for the next few days and stated that it has “some potential rains that could become a tropical depression or tropical storm.” Therefore, the weather could change in the next few days bringing rain, hail and powerful winds that could make driving difficult.


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On Thursday, it was announced that the there could be a “disturbed” weather pattern in some areas of the country, because a tropical depression is forecast that could turn into a tropical storm. Weather experts say that thunderstorms affecting a Florida could start Thursday afternoon.

The National Hurricane Center announced that this weather pattern could be complicated due to the after effects of Hurricane Agatha that hit Mexico after making landfall. At this time, the severe weather warning remains and further warnings are being considered.

Warning: Dangerous Weather

US June Weather Warning: Severe Weather?
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This weekend could bring severe weather. Meteorologists pointed out that Florida, Cuba and the Bahamas will be affected by the passage of this tropical depression, where it could cause more damage than expected. For the moment, they warn of heavy downpours, according to The Sun.

Meteorologists reported that in the next few hours severe weather is likely to develop in Florida and there is a possibility of heavy rains, thunderstorms and winds. These changes could start this Thursday afternoon and the weather could worsen over the weekend.

Flash Flooding in Florida?

US June Weather Warning: Flash Flooding in Florida?
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The NHC reported that the development of the tropical depression will be reflected in the Caribbean, but there is also a strong possibility that in Florida and the Florida Keys, heavy rains will continue on Friday and Saturday. At the moment, there is no state of emergency.

“Regardless of the development of the Northwest Caribbean disturbance, @NWSWPC forecasts scattered flash flooding due to heavy rains across portions of South Florida and the Florida Keys on Friday and Saturday,” the NHC said on social media.

Be careful

Be on the lookout?
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The National Hurricane Center indicated that the tropical depression is likely to have been generated in the Yucatan Peninsula and that, with the passing of hours, it may become a tropical storm. Likewise, they pointed out that alerts or more warnings may be required as it passes from a tropical depression to a tropical storm.

“A system near the Yucatan Peninsula is likely to strengthen into a tropical depression or tropical storm within the next day or two. Tropical storm watches or warnings may be required for parts of western Cuba, southern Florida, or the Keys later today.”

Heavy rains?

Strong rains?
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According to The Sun, The National Weather Service reported that heavy rains are expected for Florida reaching 4 to 8 inches, with isolated maximum amounts of up to 10 inches. Therefore, floods are expected in urban areas and may cause damage to various communities in the state.

“Heavy rain is expected to spread across South Florida and the Florida Keys beginning Friday. Rain totals of 4 to 8 inches with isolated maximum amounts of up to 10 inches are possible through Sunday. This rain can produce considerable flash and urban flooding.”

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