Tropical Storm Ernesto Strengthens as it Heads for Yucatan!
Tropical Storm Ernesto’s Projected Path via The Weather Channel
Tropical Storm Ernesto has been fore-casted to become a hurricane, according to the weather channel, and for this reason hurricane warnings have already been posted for portions of the Yucatan Peninsula. According to weather updates, through Tuesday, Ernesto is fore-casted to pass off the coast of Honduras and make its way towards the Yucatan Peninsula (Mexico/Belize) where they expect it to make landfall late Tuesday night into early Wednesday. Residents of Belize and adjacent portions of Mexico should be prepared for a hurricane.
After moving across Yucatan, Ernesto may emerge into the far southwestern Gulf of Mexico late in the week before heading into Northern Mexico.
Please remember that a Tropical Storm/Hurricane “warning” is issued when either the Tropical Storm or Hurricane conditions are expected within 36 hours.
Tropical Storm/Hurricane “watch” is issued when either the Tropical Storm or Hurricane conditions are possible within 48 hours.
We recommend our readers to review our Hurricane Preparation Tips posted earlier in our blog for helpful information. West Coast Global Insurance Services will keep you updated with information on the current Tropical Storm, Ernesto.
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