Philippe Becomes the 16th Tropical Storm this season

Philippe Becomes the 16th Tropical Storm this season

Philippe Becomes the 16th Tropical Storm this season

The depression that has been soaking central and western Cuba and spreading rain and thunderstorms northward across the Florida Keys and South Florida, now has sustained winds of 40 miles per hour.

It was moving north-northeast at 22 miles per hour and had maximum sustained winds of 35 miles per hour. Watches are also in effect for Craig Key, Golden Beach and the central Bahamas. If the system fails to become a fully developed tropical storm by Sunday morning then the system will likely remain a poorly organized storm system.

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It is expected to cross western and central Cuba on Saturday afternoon, and move through the northern Bahamas mid-to-late morning on Sunday.

"While this is not now a developed storm, we know how quickly weather can change and how important it is for every family to be prepared", Florida Gov. Rick Scott said in a statement Friday. Impacts will be felt in south Florida with the potential for heavy rain, some 2"-4" and some gusty winds.

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South Florida can expected scattered thunderstorms and up to four inches of rain, which could cause minor flooding, as well as elevated risk of tornadoes, the National Weather Service said. Philippe is the impressive 16th named storm of the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season.

Potential Tropical Cyclone Eighteen is picking up energy and is expected to bring torrential downpours to southern Florida and the east coast of the United States of America next week.

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