Hurricane Delta approaching the northern Gulf Coast

 In Event News

Tropical Storm Delta formed in the Atlantic basin, has intensified into a major category 3 hurricane today. Delta is the earliest-ever 25th Atlantic storm and is moving much faster this morning to the west-northwest.

A hurricane warning is in effect as extremely dangerous storm surge and hurricane conditions are expected within portions of the northern Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico beginning tonight.

Heavy rainfall is expected to affect portions of the Cayman Islands, western Cuba, and the northern Yucatan Peninsula through midweek, resulting in significant flash flooding and mudslides. 

Post-Tropical Storm Gamma could still produce some heavy rains overnight as it moves inland over the Yucatan peninsula. 

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