Tropical Disturbances en route to the Caribbean

June 19, 2023  -MIAMI – A tropical depression is currently developing in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and could potentially reach the Caribbean region this weekend, according to the Meteo. 

The depression is not expected to pose a threat to the ABC islands, but Saba and Sint Maarten are closely monitoring the weather system. 

In addition, another system is on its way that may also intensify into a tropical cyclone in the coming days. It is still unclear whether this system will move towards the Caribbean or head towards the Americas. 

As the tropical depression gains strength and moves closer to the Caribbean, local authorities and residents are advised to stay updated on the latest weather forecasts and follow any instructions or warnings issued by relevant authorities. 

Tropical disturbances and storms are common during the Atlantic hurricane season, which officially runs from June 1 to November 30. It is crucial for residents and businesses in the Caribbean to remain prepared and have emergency plans in place. 

The meteorological agencies will continue to closely monitor the development of these systems and provide timely updates to ensure the safety and well-being of the communities in the region. 

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