Storm possibly forming… way north of the Caribbean


Storm possibly forming…
An area of disturbance way north of the Caribbean (northeast of the Bahamas) was showing signs of developing during the last few days. The NHC (National Hurricane Center) gave this system a 20-30% chance to develop within the next 5 days; however certain conditions may NOT allow further development to take place.
If it does develop (against all odds) into a tropical (or sub-tropical) storm, it will be named Arlene. This system, however, will NOT affect the SSS Islands or the rest of the Caribbean

Note: It is NOT a tropical storm or hurricane as yet.

Prepare your families, homes, and properties well in advance of the upcoming Hurricane Season — Don’t get caught off-guard.

Remember to have & keep your Hurricane Kit ready prior to June 1st, when the hurricane season begins.
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  • St. Maarten = 18.0°N, 63.1°W | Saba = 17.6°N, 63.2°W | St. Eustatius = 17.5°N, 63.0°W
  • Remaining names for this year’s Atlantic Hurricane Season are: Arlene, Bret, Cindy, Don, Emily, Franklin, Gert, Harvey, Irma, Jose, Katia, Lee, Maria, Nate, Ophelia, Philippe, Rina, Sean, Tammy, Vince, Whitney.
  • Future Tropical updates will be sent out periodically during the upcoming Hurricane Season (as needed).

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