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Storm hits the Atlantic coast of Central America

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Mexico City (AP) — Perhaps a tropical cyclone could develop into a hurricane after crossing Central America on Friday towards a cyclone and reappearing in the Pacific Ocean.

According to the US National Hurricane Center, a potential tropical cyclone 2 is finally becoming a tropical cyclone in orbit in the general border region of Nicaragua and Costa Rica. It was expected to cause serious floods, including rains of up to 8 inches (about 200 millimeters) and even rain in isolated areas.

Winds up to 40 mph (65 kph), centered about 315 mph (505 km) east of Bluefields on the Atlantic coast of Nicaragua, west at 18 mph. I moved to. (30 km / h).

Tropical cyclone warnings have been issued from San Andres Island in Colombia and from Cabro Blanco in Costa Rica to Puerto Sandino in Nicaragua.

The Hurricane Center said it would appear on Saturday and move over the Pacific Ocean almost parallel to the coast the next day to gain power.

The rapidly changing turbulence has soaked parts of the Caribbean region since Monday and does not meet the standards for named tropical cyclones.