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A Potential Tropical Cyclone moving towards the southern Windward Islands, expected to form into a Tropical Storm and enter the southern Caribbean on Wednesday, is no danger to Jamaica.
The Meteorological Service of Jamaica said, in any case, that the Potential Tropical Cyclone Two is probably going to bring weighty downpours and breezy breezes later Tuesday.
“It (the unsettling influence) ought to stay near South America as the week progressed and is as yet being checked intently. There is no danger to Jamaica,” the Met Service said in a tweet early Tuesday.
In a subsequent delivery, the Met Service said at 4 am, the “ineffectively characterized unsettling influence” was focused close to scope 9.3 North, longitude 55.2 West, and that the framework was pushing westward close to 37 km/h.
It added that a toward the west or west-northwestward movement was normal through Thursday.
“On the figure track, the framework will disregard close or divides of the southern Windward Islands by Monday night and move over the southern Caribbean Sea or close to the northern shore of Venezuela on Wednesday and Thursday,” the Met Service said.
Most extreme supported breezes stay almost 65 km/h with higher blasts. Slight reinforcing is a figure during the following couple of days on the off chance that the unsettling influence stays over water, it added.
The Meteorological Service said it would continue to monitor the progress of the system.