Tropical storm ‘Bonnie’ advances through the Caribbean towards Nicaragua and Costa Rica


The National Water Commission reported that the potential tropical cyclone “Two” has intensified at Tropical Storm “Bonnie” this Friday, southwest of the Caribbean Sea.

He explained that the center is located approximately 370 km east-southeast of Bueffield, Nicaragua, and 1,160 southeast of Chetumal, Quintana Roo. In addition, it presents maximum sustained winds of 65 km/hr, gusts of 85 km/hr and displacement to the west at 31 km/hr.

assured that at the moment “It does not represent a danger to Mexican territory”.

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) reported that heavy rain and tropical storm conditions are expected in southern Nicaragua and northern Costa Rica starting tonight.

The NHC forecast flash floods and landslides in some areas of influence in Nicaragua and Costa Rica. In addition to “hurricane conditions” this Friday afternoon along the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua.

In San Andres, Colombiathe Institute of Hydrology, Meteorology and Environmental Studies of Colombia, Ideam, issued a warning for the probability of a tropical storm.

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