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The National Hurricane Center has followed new potential threats that appear in the Atlantic after Hurricane Dorian
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The next tropical storm to come will be called the tropical storm Humberto – and it could begin to form in the next five days.

The National Hurricane Center reported that the storm could be caused by two competing factors, the first being a tropical wave near the Caribbean.

The NHC & # 39; s Tropical weather Outlook predicts that by Thursday the chance of tropical storms will be 40 percent.

The National Hurricane Center has followed new potential threats that appear in the Atlantic after Hurricane Dorian

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The National Hurricane Center has followed new potential threats that appear in the Atlantic after Hurricane Dorian

A tropical wave approaching the Caribbean may become a tropical storm, with the NHC expecting the odds to be 40 percent mid-week

A tropical wave approaching the Caribbean may become a tropical storm, with the NHC expecting the odds to be 40 percent mid-week

A tropical wave approaching the Caribbean may become a tropical storm, with the NHC expecting the odds to be 40 percent mid-week

& # 39; A wide area of ​​low pressure associated with a tropical wave causes unorganized showers and thunderstorms several hundred miles west of the Cabo Verde Islands. & # 39; reports the NHC.

The second is a system spotted near Florida and the Bahamas.

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& # 39; Unorganized showers and thunderstorms have been seen north of the Leeward Islands & # 39 ;, says the report.

The chance that that system will become a tropical storm can increase to 20 percent in the next five days.

A system discovered near Florida and the Bahamas & # 39; s causes & # 39; disorganized showers and thunderstorms & # 39;

A system discovered near Florida and the Bahamas & # 39; s causes & # 39; disorganized showers and thunderstorms & # 39;

A system discovered near Florida and the Bahamas & # 39; s causes & # 39; disorganized showers and thunderstorms & # 39;

Tropical storms and similar threats have begun to emerge in the Atlantic Ocean and after Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas last week.

Tropical storms and similar threats have begun to emerge in the Atlantic Ocean and after Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas last week.

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Tropical storms and similar threats have begun to emerge in the Atlantic Ocean and after Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas last week.

& # 39; Strong winds at the highest level are expected to prevent the development of this system in the coming days, while moving west-northwest to the north of the Leeward Islands and Puerto Rico, & # 39; says the report.

& # 39; Environmental conditions may become more conducive to development by the middle of the week. & # 39;

These potential storms come in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, a category 5 storm that destroyed the Bahamas earlier this week.

According to CNN, at least 43 people, including an eight-year-old boy, died as a result of the storm and that number is expected to rise.

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& # 39; We are in the middle of a historic tragedy & # 39 ;, said Prime Minister Hubert Minnis on Monday in an announcement.

Hurricane Dorian landed with 185 mph wind and 30 centimeters of rain that devastated various parts of the Bahamas.

The initial destruction and weather conditions were so damaging that rescue teams and rescuers could not reach the victims.

They were forced to seek cover while Hurricane Dorian perseveres.

Police chief Samuel Butler said: & # 39; We just can't get to you. & # 39;

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Foreign Affairs and North Abaco MP, Darren Henfield, said: & # 39; Power cables have fallen out, lampposts are out, trees are across the street – it's very dangerous to be outside if you don't have to go outside to be. & # 39;

Prime Minister Hubert Minnis: & # 39; We are in the middle of a historic tragedy & # 39;

Prime Minister Hubert Minnis: & # 39; We are in the middle of a historic tragedy & # 39;

Prime Minister Hubert Minnis: & # 39; We are in the middle of a historic tragedy & # 39;

The category 5 storm brought 185 mph of wind and 30 centimeters of rain to the islands when it first landed on the islands

The category 5 storm brought 185 mph of wind and 30 centimeters of rain to the islands when it first landed on the islands

The category 5 storm brought 185 mph of wind and 30 centimeters of rain to the islands when it first landed on the islands

Hurricane Dorian climbed the east coast of the United States and hit North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia
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Hurricane Dorian climbed the east coast of the United States and hit North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia

Hurricane Dorian climbed the east coast of the United States and hit North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia

Videos & photos and # 39; s showed the chaos that raided the island, including houses full of rainwater and cars under water.

Hurricane Dorian continued to decline and on Monday night reached a category 3 to a post-tropical cyclone.

Despite initial predictions, Hurricane Dorian walked past Florida and continued to climb the east coast.

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Both North and South Carolina Hurricane Dorian received a category 1 storm on Friday morning, while Virginia was also hit.

The weather channel reports that power outages have occurred in all three states, an estimated 400,000 residents and businesses.

Hurricane Dorian has now come ashore in Canada, with strong winds and heavy rain.

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