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Tropical Storm Nana forms; could lead to rains and landslides in Central American and Caribbean countries


Heavy rains and possible landslides are expected to parts of Nicaragua, Honduras, Belize and Guatemala, according to the National Hurricane Center.

Credit: NHC)

(CNN) -

Tropical Storm Nana, with 80 km / h winds, formed in the Caribbean, according to the National Hurricane Center.

The center of the storm located about 190 kilometers southwest of Kingston, Jamaica.

UPDATE: Tropical Storm #Nana has formed from PTC 16, with maximum sustained winds of 50 mph (85 km / h).

A Special Advisory will be issued within the hour to update the forecast.

- National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) September 1, 2020

A tropical storm watch has already been issued for parts of Honduras, and alerts and warnings are likely to be expanded this afternoon.

The system will bring gusty winds and heavy rains over Jamaica on Tuesday, then head into Central America on Wednesday, bringing tropical storm-force winds, heavy rains and potential landslides to parts of Nicaragua, Honduras, Belize and Guatemala.

The system is not expected to pose a threat to the United States.

Tropical storm

Source: cnnespanol

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