Posted: Wednesday, September 18, 2019. 4:07 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: There are a total of six named storms out right now as the Atlantic and Pacific Hurricane Seasons reach their peak.
Three of those storms, Kiko, Lorena and Mario (all tropical storms) are in the Pacific. Meanwhile, the Atlantic has Hurricane Umberto, Tropical Depression Imelda, and Tropical Storm Jerry. The Pacific also has several other clusters of weather systems which could develop into storm activity.
Both Humberto and Imelda are affecting the United States, while Jerry’s projected path puts it on a collision course with islands in the Eastern Caribbean. Belize is not under immediate threat from any of the current weather systems; however, southern Belize may experience some weather disturbances as a result of Lorena.
Belizeans are urged to keep monitoring the weather as the peak of the hurricane season means that conditions could change rapidly.
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