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A new tropical depression could form in the central Atlantic within a maximum period of five days. The National Hurricane Center of the United States has also indicated that the probability of this happening is 70%.At the moment, the phenomenon is still a low pressure area hundreds of kilometers west of Cape Verde. Continuous heavy rain and thunderstorms occur in the area.

At the moment, it is classified as a “disorganized system”, although it is expected to increase in intensity in a few days, the US Specialized Center ruled. For this to happen, the environmental conditions must be favorable in the area through which the system will move.

The potential tropical depression is forecast to become unstable during the remainder of today and tomorrow, Wednesday. Then early Thursday, it will turn to the north-northwest.

Ian leaves Cuba and goes to Florida

While the aforementioned system is still very far from the Caribbean area, Hurricane Ian touched down on Cuban lands at dawn today. In its wake, it left a lot of damage, especially in the area of ​​La Coloma and nearby places.

The phenomenon, category 3 on the Saffir-Simpson scale, struck with sustained winds of more than 200 kilometers per hour. The rain was also the cause of multiple damages to private and government property.

The electric service is currently disabled in the regions of Coloma, San Luis and a large part of the province of Pinar del Río.

After the passage of the tropical organism, all the damage in each locality will be evaluated to start the repair work.

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The rain and tropical storm force winds associated with the phenomenon extended to the provinces of Matanzas and Artemisa during the early morning. Similarly, the inhabitants of Mayabeque and Havana felt their passage through Cuba.



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