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World Tropical Storm Cristobal has formed in Gulf of Mexico and may approach US by weekend

01:16  03 june  2020
01:16  03 june  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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Tropical Storm Cristobal formed in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico Tuesday. A tropical storm warning has been posted along the Mexican coast. This gyre will produce torrential rain and life-threatening flooding and mudslides in Mexico and Central America. Tropical Storm Cristobal has

Tropical Storm Amanda, the first named storm of the East Pacific hurricane season made landfall Sunday morning in Guatemala, and is bringing Amanda is forecast to move into the Gulf of Mexico this week and forecasters will be watching to see whether it develops and what factors will determine

Tropical Storm Cristobal, already the third storm of this year's hurricane season, formed Tuesday afternoon off the coast of Mexico and could reach Texas, Louisiana or the Florida Panhandle by Friday or early next week, meteorologists say. 

a close up of a map: Tropical Storm Cristobal Forecast © noaa.gov Tropical Storm Cristobal Forecast

The storm began as a tropical depression with heavy rainfall and flooding over Mexico and Central America. The National Hurricane Center issued a public advisory soon after the storm moved through Mexico Gulf, 150 miles from Campeche, Mexico, warning that increased rainfall, flooding and potential mudslides can be expected in Southern Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.

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The remnants of Tropical Storm Amanda formed into a tropical depression on Monday after killing at least 17 people The storm could track into the Gulf of Mexico by the weekend , becoming the third named Atlantic "The storm has come to show how vulnerable this country is, as well as the lack of

Gulf of Mexico and the western Caribbean this week as tropical development is likely before the The northeastern Pacific’s Tropical Storm Amanda made landfall over the weekend and the The next name of the Atlantic Basin hurricane name list is “ Cristobal ”. There is a lot of uncertainty in the

It's the earliest date for the third named storm in the Atlantic on record, according to meteorologist Philip Klotzbach of Colorado State University. Hurricane season began Monday.

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Cristobal comes just days after Tropical Storm Amanda made landfall Sunday, killing 17 people in El Salvador and Guatemala

On Tuesday, Cristobal reached 40 miles per hour winds and is forecast to drop 16 to 20 inches of rainfall. The storm is expected to remain in the Gulf of Mexico for the next 24 to 34 hours, according to AccuWeather senior meteorologist Paul Walker.

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  Tropical Storm Cristobal makes landfall in Mexico and could move toward the US Tropical Storm Cristobal made landfall Wednesday morning in Mexico, and if the storm holds together, it could loop back across the Gulf of Mexico and toward the United States by the weekend. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Cristobal made landfall in the early morning in the state of Campeche, with sustained winds of 60 mph. It hit land near Atasta, Mexico, just west of Ciudad del Carmen, the Air Force Reserve Unit Hurricane Hunter aircraft reported.

A tropical storm warning has been posted along the Mexican coast. Beyond that, it's uncertain where this system might track. The U . S . Gulf Coast and Mexico should follow this Tropical Depression Three formed Monday afternoon in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico on the first official

Tropical Storm Cristobal —the third named storm on only the second official day of the Atlantic hurricane season— formed in the Gulf of Mexico The storm currently has maximum sustained winds of 40 mph, and is forecast to slowly meander over the Bay of Campeche over the next several

“It is starting to move northward up the coast,” Walker said. “If the storm reaches the United States, it will most likely impact southeast Texas and Louisiana, with the potential of reaching the Florida Panhandle, if it moves quickly." He said that could happen as early as Friday. 

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However, NOAA meteorologist and spokesman Dennis Feltgen cautions that it is too soon to tell because it is unclear how the storm might change overtime or interact with landfall. 

Those living in potentially affected areas “should monitor the progress of this system through the week and ensure they have their hurricane plan in place as we begin the season,” said meteorologist Gerry Bell from the NOAA Climate Prediction Center.

"Early activity in a hurricane season does not foreshadow what the rest of the season will look like," said Feltgen. While Tropical Storms Amanda and Cristobal have been life-threatening, that does not mean storms to come will be equally severe. 

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Tropical Storm Nestor formed in the Gulf of Mexico on Friday " We 've done very little preparation only because there's nothing really to prepare for," said Mexico City Beach Mayor Al Cathey. " We haven't seen any alarm at all." As of Friday evening, the state had activated its emergency operations

"Regardless of tropical cyclone formation, heavy rainfall is likely to continue over portions of southern Mexico , Guatemala, El Salvador, Belize, and According to Klotz, if there is another tropical storm or hurricane that forms in the next month, it will typically form in the area of the Gulf of Mexico through

However, forecasters have said it will be an active hurricane season.

NOAA meteorologists predict 13 to 19 named storms will form over the Atlantic basin. A typical season on average sees 12 named storms.

Meanwhile, six to 10 storms are anticipated to form into hurricanes, according to the NOAA, and three to six are projected to reach a Category 3 major storm threshold or higher. Although it is unpredictable whether or not any of the upcoming storms will reach land, experts warn coastal regions to prepare for the worst case scenario. 

“It’s a challenge this year with COVID-19,” Feltgen said. “Getting your supplies may take a little extra time. And it’s very important to find out if you’re in a hurricane evacuation zone. If you are, find out where your shelter is. It may not be in the same place it used to be because of COVID-19. If you are in a structure that is safe, shelter in place and stay put.”

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises preparing a "go-kit" of essential items including masks, gloves and hand sanitizer in the event that people need to find refuge at a public disaster shelter. Local officials will offer guidance on where and when to seek shelter while social distancing. 

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Tropical Depression Three formed over the southwestern Gulf of Mexico on Monday afternoon. It may then drift northward into the central Gulf where it could strengthen to become Tropical Storm Cristobal this weekend . We will be watching it closely all week and will have many updates.

Two tropical storms , Arthur and Bertha formed in May . The next named storm that develops this season will be Cristobal . This large disturbance was once Tropical Storm Amanda, which formed quickly across the In the long term, this storm could track into the Gulf of Mexico by the weekend

The latest tropical storm: Amanda weakens after killing 17 people in El Salvador and Guatemala, could reform next week in Gulf of Mexico

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