Two tropical cyclones originated in the Atlantic ocean

In the Atlantic ocean born tropical depression ( yet nameless, number 8). The wind speed in the epicenter is 56 km/h with gusts to 72 km/h the Cyclone is moving in a North-westerly direction, towards the coast of North Carolina (USA) and soon will reach the category of tropical storm. According to preliminary estimates the epicenter of the cyclone reaches the coast of the United States and only the edge touches the state of North Carolina.

To the North of Cuba and South of Florida (USA) originated tropical depression ( yet nameless, number 9). The wind speed in the epicenter is 56 km/h with gusts to 72 km/h the Cyclone is moving westward, toward the Gulf of Mexico and will soon reach the category of tropical storm. There is a probability that the cyclone over the Gulf of Mexico will develop in the direction of Florida.

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