HAVANA, Cuba, Sept 2 (ACN) Tropical storm Nana, the 14th tropical event of the current hurricane season, had little change in organization and intensity on Tuesday, the Meteorology Institute reported.
It has sustained maximum winds of 85 kilometers per hour, with higher gusts, a central pressure dropping to 1002 HectoPascal and moving closer to the west, at 30 kilometers per hour.
At six o'clock in the afternoon, its central region was estimated at 16.8 degrees North latitude and 79.6 degrees West longitude, which places it about 925 kilometers east of Belize, southern portion of the Yucatan.
In the next 12 to 24 hours this new tropical storm will maintain a westward trajectory, with similar speed of movement and will gain something more in organization and intensity, to move over the southern portion of the Gulf of Honduras this Wednesday, with the possibility of impacting Belize next Thursday and reaching the hurricane category before reaching land.
At the same time, during Tuesday afternoon the tropical depression of the western North Atlantic, has continued gaining in organization, and became the Tropical storm Omar, 15th tropical event of the current hurricane season.
At six o'clock this afternoon, its central region was estimated at 35.4 degrees North latitude and 71.3 degrees West longitude, placing it about 390 kilometers east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, United States.
It has sustained maximum winds of 65 kilometers per hour, with higher gusts, a central pressure of 1007 HectoPascal. It moves with course next to the North-East, at 24 kilometers per hour.
In the next 12 to 24 hours this new tropical storm will move in the same direction with little change in organization and intensity and gradually moving away from the U.S. coast.