Tropical Storm Emily 2011

August 2, 2011 by USA Post 

Tropical Storm Emily 2011, The fifth storm of the 2011 Atlantic hurricane formed about 50 miles west-southwest of Dominica on Tuesday night. At 6:30 local time Emily tropical 15.2N 62.0W Strom is about 350 miles southeast of San Juan, Puerto Rico.

The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Emily had maximum sustained winds reached 40 mph and was moving west at 17 mph. Forecasters had predicted a turn toward the west-northwest and a slight decrease in forward speed over the next couple of days. If Emily stays on the road is expected to move across the North Sea, Eastern Caribbean, alerts and warnings be in effect for the Windward Islands.

The NHC said the general was expected to strengthen Emily went to the Spanish island of Tuesday night and Wednesday with generals who are expected to strengthen. Tropical storm force winds extend outward up to 70 miles, mainly north of downtown.

Tropical storm conditions are said to already occurring or are imminent in the warning area in the Windward Islands and are expected in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic on Tuesday.

Currently, the five-day forecast has Emily passed through Cuba and the Cayman Islands to avoid, but a slight change in the scheduled court could play closer to the Cayman area.

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