Currently, there are no warnings at the moment, but the government of Florida has advised the people not to panic and to prepare well for the storm calmly. The name of the storm would be either Hermine or Ian, depending on the intensity. It is likely to make its landfall between Tampa and Naples. Many other storms are currently churning in the Atlantic, like Hurricane Fiona, Tropical Storm Gaston, Tropical Depression 10, and various other disturbances. However, these are not a threat to Florida.
- What is Tropical Depression 9?
It is a high-intensity storm churning in the Caribbean and is expected to make landfall in Florida next week.
- Can Tropical Depression 9 cause damage?
As the storm grows with great intensity, it is likely to wreak havoc. People are advised not to panic.
- How to prepare well before a storm?
It would be best to be cautious about staying near a damaged building. Prefer using flashlights if the electricity is out. Maintain distance from power lines or poles. Cover up all your windows and doors and stay indoors. Most importantly, don’t panic.
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