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Pony Hurricane | Venezuela | Tropical cyclone LIVE warning of possible pony hurricane in Colombia, Caribbean and US | Tropical storm | National Hurricane Center | NHC | The world

National Hurricane Center (NHC). Moving across the Atlantic Ocean at speeds of up to 65 kilometers per hour (km / h), Hurricane Pony warned of possible hurricanes off the Caribbean coast of Colombia, south of the United States and Mexico.

See the path of the tropical cyclone here:

As pointed out by the NCH, Tuesday night, June 28th, He traveled near the Pony Islands and through parts of Guadeloupe, Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago.Martinique, Saint Lucia, Aruba, Granada, Dominica, et al.

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Then, between Wednesday and Thursday, The storm will move south and reach the Caribbean Sea, approaching the northern coasts of Colombia and Venezuela.

Further, Pony is estimated to be coming to the Gulf of Mexico nextHeavy rains in Louisiana and Texas.

As explained by the NCH, the current hurricane season began on June 1, and so far there has been only one hurricane, Alex, which formed on June 5 on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico and produced heavy rainfall over Cuba and South Florida. United States.

Similarly, the company argued that the storms these days are the result of a tropical wave several kilometers southeast of Cape Verde, Africa.

On the other hand, the Institute of Hydrology, Meteorology and Environmental Studies (IDEAM) predicts that Pony’s transport will significantly increase rainfall in the northeastern part of the Colombian Caribbean.

These rains are likely to reach maximum strength by the middle and end of next week. They mainly affect Magdalena, Atlantico, Caesar, La Guazira, Bolivar and Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.

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Also, next weekend Storms also occur in the central and western Caribbean, including San Andres, Providence, Santa Catalina and the Archipelago.