MIAMI – In North America is the hurricane season Friday officially opened with the warning for Alberto. That is now still a tropical storm, which is about a 100 kilometers south of the Mexican tourist island of Cozumel has developed.
An earlier hurricane.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami now reports wind speeds of 65 km/hour but expect that the coming days will increase. It is still unclear whether Alberto hurricane will get.
“Heavy rainfall is expected on the Yucatan peninsula and in western Cuba,” predicts the NHC. In the weekend to Florida and the northeast coast of the Gulf of Mexico account for nuisance. Alberto seems to be heading for Mississippi and Alabama and may be there Monday night to arrive. Above the land, he will probably quickly weaken to tropical depression.