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How the potential tropical cyclone is expected to impact Florida

The National Hurricane Center upgraded some tropical storm clocks to warnings Friday as a possible tropical cyclone 1 was approaching Florida. From 4 p.m. As of Friday, the system was located about 350 miles southwest of Fort Myers, Florida, and 185 miles northeast of Cozumel, Mexico. The storm has a maximum prolonged wind of 40 mph and moves northeast with 7 mph. LAST MODEL ATLANTIC SATELLITE What is a possible tropical cyclone? A potential tropical cyclone is a term used by the National Hurricane Center to issue clocks and warnings for a storm system that is expected to develop as it approaches Earth. The National Hurricane Center could not issue clocks and warnings until a tropical storm really developed, which limited time to give people the right warning. The NHC predicts a 90% chance that this thunderstorm will turn into either a depression or a tropical storm in the next 48 hours. The potential tropical cyclone One will most likely become a tropical storm before it reaches the Florida Peninsula on Saturday. If the system were to boost to steady winds of 39 mph or higher, it would be called Alex, the first hurricane in 2022. The maximum winds in this system are currently at 35 mph. A cyclone is also another name for a hurricane, but its name varies depending on where in the world it forms. All signs indicate heavy rainfall in our southern regions with strong winds to a potentially strong tropical storm. Most of Florida, including parts of Central Florida, has been in a tropical storm since Thursday night. Worst weather in Central Florida is expected from 7 a.m. Saturday to 2 a.m. Sunday. Winds are expected to remain between 25 mph and 35 mph and residents could see up to 3 inches of rain. CNN contributed to this report.

The National Hurricane Center upgraded some tropical storm clocks to warnings Friday as a possible tropical cyclone 1 approaches Florida.

From 4 p.m. As of Friday, the system was located about 350 miles southwest of Fort Myers, Florida, and 185 miles northeast of Cozumel, Mexico.

The storm has a maximum prolonged winds of 40 mph and moves northeast with a speed of 7 mph.

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What is a possible tropical cyclone?

A potential tropical cyclone is a term used by the National Hurricane Center to issue clocks and warnings for a storm system that is expected to develop as it approaches Earth.

The National Hurricane Center could not issue clocks and warnings until a tropical storm had actually developed, limiting the time for proper warning to people.

The NHC predicts a 90% chance that this thunderstorm will turn into either a recession or a tropical storm in the next 48 hours.

Possible tropical cyclone One will turn into a tropical storm before it reaches the Florida peninsula on Saturday.

If the system were to boost to steady winds of 39 mph or higher, it would be called Alex, the first hurricane in 2022. The maximum winds in this system are currently at 35 mph.

A cyclone is also another name for a hurricane, but its name varies depending on where in the world it is formed.

Satellite images from the shower complex and storms that could create x20 - a tropical depression or tropical storm Thursday or Friday.

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Satellite images of rain and thunderstorms that could turn into tropical depression or tropical storm Thursday or Friday.

All signs indicate heavy rainfall in our southern regions with strong winds to potentially tropical storms.

Most of Florida, including parts of Central Florida, has been in a tropical storm since Thursday night.

Worst weather in Central Florida is expected from 7 a.m. Saturday to 2 a.m. Sunday.

Winds are expected to remain between 25 mph and 35 mph and residents could see up to 3 inches of rain.

CNN contributed to this report.


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