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Another Tropical Storm Threatens Caribbean Islands with Heavy Rain and Strong Winds


Caribbean Braces for Another Tropical Storm: Heavy Rain, Strong Winds, and Potential Hazards Forecasted

Another tropical storm, named Potential Tropical Cyclone 22, is forecasted to impact multiple Caribbean islands with heavy rain, strong winds, and the potential for flash flooding and mudslides. (Photo:

Alert: Another Tropical Storm Poses Flash Flooding Risk in Caribbean

According to source, another tropical storm is anticipated to bring heavy rain and strong winds to multiple Caribbean islands in the coming days, with tropical storm watches issued for Jamaica, Haiti, and parts of Cuba. Named Potential Tropical Cyclone 22, Another tropical storm has a 40% chance of developing into a tropical storm but is not expected to strengthen significantly.

Despite its disorganized state, Another tropical storm poses a serious threat of flash flooding and mudslides as it moves across Jamaica, southeastern Cuba, and the southeastern Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Islands over the weekend. The system, located about 200 miles west-southwest of Kingston, Jamaica, is forecasted to move northeast at 10 mph, gaining speed over the weekend.

Although it might develop into Tropical Storm Vince, Another tropical storm’s primary concern is heavy rainfall, with projections of 4 to 8 inches and potential maximum amounts of 16 inches across specific areas through Sunday. The combination of intense rain and mountainous terrain in the Caribbean increases the risk of dangerous flash flooding and mudslides, as highlighted by AccuWeather.

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Coastal Concerns: Another Tropical Storm Brings Risks of Flooding and Hazardous Surf Conditions

In addition to heavy rain, Another tropical storm is expected to bring strong winds, storm surge, and rough surf to the affected regions, leading to concerns about coastal flooding and hazardous surf conditions. While Another tropical storm is not likely to be named a storm, it will still generate strong winds across multiple Caribbean islands through the weekend.

The hurricane center emphasizes Another tropical storm’s potential for life-threatening surf and rip current conditions, particularly in Jamaica, Haiti, and southeastern Cuba. Fortunately, Another tropical storm is not projected to pose a threat to the United States, as steering winds and a cold front are expected to push it into the Atlantic later in the weekend or early next week.

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