Tropical Storm Tammy maintains its winds at 40 mph as it approaches the Lesser Antilles

Tropical Storm Tammy maintains its winds at 40 mph as it approaches the Lesser Antilles

Tropical Storm Tammy continues its path toward the Leeward Islands with winds of 40 miles per hour (mph), while the National Hurricane Center (NHC) maintains the system’s track about 150 miles east of Puerto Rico.

Although X predicted that Tammy would strengthen as it approaches the Lesser Antilles, meteorologist Ernesto Morales, of the National Meteorological Service (SNM), said in a radio program (WKAQ 580) that The quadrant of the system that would be passing closest to Puerto Rico would be the southwest; the weakest of the storm, so far.

In the 5:00 am bulletin Tammy was located at latitude 13.5 north, longitude 54.8 west, about 480 miles east-southeast of the island of Guadeloupe. The tropical storm was moving at a speed of 17 mph heading west at an angle of 280 degrees and with a minimum center of pressure of 1006 millibars.

Sometime Thursday night, Tammy is expected to make a turn toward the west-northwest, and later on Friday, it would make another turn toward the northwest.

Tropical Storm Tammy’s winds extend about 140 miles outward from the center of the cyclone.

At this time, the NHC has not issued any tropical storm warning or warning for Puerto Rico.

Tammy would be passing near our area on Saturday or Sunday and would leave, among other indirect effects, one to two inches of rain up to a maximum of four inches in isolated places in the eastern area of ​​the island.

Kumneger Media
Kumneger Media
Kumneger Media is a News and Entertainment Website & Channel. Kumneger Media in addition to News and Entertainment it is the hub of Politics, Movies, Drama, Music, Comedy, Documentary and More!