Tropical Cyclone Fred is approaching Florida and there is another storm just behind it


Tropical Cyclone Fred was attempting to reorganize after being shredded as it crossed land in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Cuba.

The storm system is expected to regain strength and may experience a tropical cyclone again on Saturday as it approaches Florida.

Tropical Cyclone Warnings have been issued for Florida Keys and Florida Bay. Other parts of South Florida, including the Fort Myers region, are under the watchful eye of tropical cyclones, as are some parts of Cuba.

Friday Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis State of emergency issued For parts of the state to enable assistance. It lists the possibility of heavy rains, strong winds and floods.

Tropical cyclones were still called chaotic at 8 pm on Friday. The maximum wind speed was 35 mph, about 175 mph southeast of the National Hurricane Center in Key West, Florida. Said.. It was moving west at 12 mph.

Fred is expected to turn north and return to a tropical cyclone as it parallels the western coast of Florida, similar to the trajectory of a tropical cyclone Elsa last month.

Before landing along the Florida Panhandle on Monday, it can intensify to moderate tropical cyclones — packed with maximum sustained winds of 50mph.

In Naples, southwestern Florida, some were preparing for a storm. David Levesque had removed a threatening pine tree from near his house.

“The tree will disappear tonight and I will be happy,” he said. I told WBBH of NBC series.. “Fred, come on — I’m ready for you.”

Starting Saturday morning, isolated tornadoes associated with Fred’s tropical rain zone can occur in parts of central and southern Florida.

Image: (Wilfred Lee / AP)

Image: (Wilfred Lee / AP)

It can rain as much as 3-7 inches across the key, and in central and northwest Florida it can rain as much as 10 inches by Monday. Floods and rapid river rises continue to be the most serious threats from storms. Storm surges from the swells produced by Fred can increase the risk of coastal floods, especially in lowlands such as Tampa Bay.

After landing, Fred is predicted to cultivate the endorheic and combine with the frontal system to cause heavy rainfall and flash floods in parts of the southeastern part and in the southern and central Appalachian Mountains.

Following Fred is another tropical cyclone. A storm called Grace was about 580 miles east of the Leeward Islands at 8 pm on Friday. According to the Hurricane Center..

According to the Hurricane Center, “Tropical Cyclone Seven” was expected to become a tropical cyclone on Friday night or Saturday. According to the forecast, the wind speed was 35 mph, and when going west, it was moving at a fast pace of 22 mph.

The storm will bring strong winds and 3-6 inch rain to some of the Caribbean islands, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic until Sunday.

Tropical Cyclone Warnings have been issued in parts of the Leeward Islands, and tropical cyclone surveillance has been conducted on Friday nights in the British Virgin Islands, US Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico.

According to some forecasts, the storm could be a hurricane, and if so, it would be the second hurricane of the 2021 season.