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Sep 8, 2011

Three Hurricane Threatens Central America

Mexico City: Three tropical storms back across the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday (7 / 9) local time. According to the weatherman, the three storms also brought heavy rains in the Caribbean and Central America would lead to.

  After more than a week, Katia category 1 storm continues to move closer toward the Caribbean island of Bermuda, while a big storm that developed over the last few days officially become Tropical Storm Maria on Wednesday morning local time, according to the National Disaster Centre (NHC) U.S..

According to the National Disaster Centre NHC, Hurricane Maria is currently moving with winds of up to 85 kilometers per hour are heading to Puerto Rico and in the estimate will continue to gather until the next few days.

Small storm system that had less than a week this terakir kept on spinning in the Gulf of Mexico, and suddenly rose on Wednesday night has developed into a tropical storm Nate, about 200 miles off the coast of the Mexican state of Campeche. Moving with winds of 75 miles per hour, Nate brought heavy rain and strong winds accompanied in to southern Mexico, some parts of Guatemala, Honduras and Belize.