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Tropical Storm Colin brings rain to Carolina and weakens as Bonnie marches through Central America

Saturday morning, a tropical cyclone choline formed along the coast of South Carolina, rain and wind blew, but then the storm weakened and July. The situation is expected to improve by the celebration on Monday the 4th.

The National Hurricane Center in Miami warned that local flash floods could occur along the Carolina coast until Sunday morning.

By late Saturday night, Colin was vulnerable to a tropical cyclone, and forecasters stopped the tropical cyclone warnings that were occurring in parts of the North Carolina coast.

11:00 pm EDT Saturday, the center of the storm was about 15 mph north of Wilmington, NC, with a maximum wind speed of 35 mph. It was moving northeast at 7 mph.

The storm is expected to weaken further and disappear completely by Sunday night or Monday morning.

Choline has become even weaker and is now a tropical cyclone, with no expected re-strengthening. Therefore,

all tropical cyclone warnings have been cancelled.

— NWS Newport / Morehead (@NWSMoreheadCity)July 3, 2022

"Colin will continue to produce heavy local rainfall along the coast of North Carolina until Sunday morning, where an additional 1-2 inches of rainfall can occur," Center said. Says.

The July 4th celebration scheduled for Saturday in Charleston, South Carolina was canceled due to a large amount of water in the fields of Joseph P. Riley Junior Park and expected rain. it was done.

"Obviously we are disappointed," said Scott Watson, director of cultural affairs for the city. "We promised this would be a great family event, and we hate having to cancel."

This GOES-East geocolor image provided by NOAA shows Tropical Storm Colin on July 2, 2022 at 11:30 a.m.

The organizers were also forced to cancel the planned festival in Southport, North Carolina.

"The safety of festival participants, vendors, volunteers, rescuers, and everyone is our number one priority," Festival spokesman Trisha Howarth said in a statement.

Apart from this, the center of a tropical cyclone marches rapidly across Central America and then rolls into the Pacific Ocean on Saturday, flooding, fallen trees, and thousands of people in Nicaragua and Costa Rica. I was forced to evacuate. There were no immediate reports of death.

People get trapped during a flash flood amid Tropical Storm Bonnie in San Salvador, El Salvador July 2, 2022.

By Saturday night, Bonnie was about 165 miles south of San Salvador in El Salvador. It was in the center of. El Salvador, maximum sustained wind at 60 mph. It was moving west at 17 mph.

Crossing the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean without losing the power of tropical cyclones is one of the rare storms and retains its name. According to forecasters, Bonnie is likely to be a hurricane off the south coast of Mexico by Monday, but is unlikely to hit land directly.

Many Nicaraguans still remember Hurricane Harvey. Hurricane Joan's 1988 storm caused havoc on the coast, killing nearly 150 people in the country.

"We are waiting for the storm to strike. We hope our area will not be destroyed," said Joan, who was eight years old in Bluefields. Ricardo Gomes said before Bonnie arrived.

A bystander walks past a damaged vehicle during a flash flood caused by Tropical Storm Bonnie in San Salvador, El Salvador July 2, 2022.

The area also hit two powerful hurricanes, Eta and Jota. I was. It inherited in 2020 and caused an estimated $ 700 million in damage.

Costa Rican officials have expressed concern that the storm will unleash landslides and floods in areas already saturated with rain for several days. The government said seven shelters in the northern part of the country already housed nearly 700 people evacuated by the floods.