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Tropical Storm Beta has formed over the Atlantic
Tropical Storm Beta may intensify and become a storm in the coming days. It will happen if the storm wind speed reaches 33 m/s or more.
A new tropical storm Beta has formed in the Atlantic Ocean. The National Hurricane Watch Center reported this on Friday, September 18.
According to the Center, the speed of wind gusts within the storm reaches 18 m/sec.
Beta is about 45 km northeast of the Mexican city of Tampico and is moving northeast at a speed of about 15 km / h. The site says that the storm at 1 a.m. on Monday to approach the west coast of the Gulf of Mexico.
Now Beta is about 545 km northeast of the Mexican city of Tampico.
Recall that Hurricane Sally killed one man in the American state of Alabama and caused a massive flood.
Also, in Finland, Storm Ayla has left more than 60 thousand households without electricity.
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