Hurricane season 2018: Two new storms threaten Caribbean east coast with tropical cyclones | World | News

Two powerful storms threaten to turn into tropical cyclons in the Atlantic as hurricane season seems to have started hitting the Caribbean east coast this summer. 

The Weather Channel warned the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean should “watch out” as Tropical Invest 95L could cause a lot of damage this weekend. 

Meteorologist Domenica Davis said the first storm closer to the east side of the Atlantic has 40 percent of developing into a tropical cyclon.

But Invest 95L coming from the west has now reached 70 percent of probability to cause serious damage to the tropical islands.

Ms Davis said: “We’re watching two areas in the Atlantic for possible tropical development.

“The first one is by Bermuda, this has about 40 percent chance of development over the next five days.

“The good news is we…

Read More

*** This news item is 3rd party content and is included strictly for non-commercial informational purposes.

  • 1