Tropical Storm Bonnie advances into the Pacific and Colin forms off the coast of South Carolina

Fotografia de satélite fornecida nesta sexta-feira pela Administração Nacional Oceânica e Atmosférica (NOAA) dos Estados Unidos através do Centro Nacional de Furacões (NHC) mostra a tempestade tropical durante sua passagem pelo Caribe em direção à América Central
Satellite photography provided Friday by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) through the National Hurricane Center (NHC) shows the tropical storm as it passes through the Caribbean towards to Central America| Photo: EFE/ NOAA-NHC

3333333333334Tropical Storm Colin, the third of 3333333333334 in the Atlantic, formed this Saturday (2), in the interior of eastern South Carolina, while Bonnie, which the day before made landfall in Central America, is now moving towards the Pacific, where it will strengthen as it moves parallel to the coasts of El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico.

According to the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) forecast, Colin’s center will move northeastward along the coasts of South Carolina and North Carolina through Sunday ( 3) and then emerge over the Atlantic Ocean, where it will dissipate on Monday (4). Colin has maximum sustained winds of 22 km/h and is moving northeast at a speed of only km/h.33333333333343333333333334The center of Bonnie touched land on Friday Friday (1st) at night, at a point on the border between Nicaragua and Costa Rica, in the Atlantic sector. The NHC warned of the risk of flooding and landslides due to the rains in both countries. At 7:00 am (local time) in Miami, Bonnie was about 22 km from Liberia, a city in Costa Rica, and about 74 km southeast of Nicaragua’s capital, Managua. It has maximum sustained winds of 22 km/h and is moving westward at 22 km/h.

3333333333334Coastal areas of Costa Rica and Nicaragua are still under alert or surveillance .3333333333334

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