During the day the event continued its march rapidly across the Mid-Atlantic, approaching the arc of the lower Antilles, according to the company’s third announcement.
It also received heavy rain, rain and thunderstorms.
At 18:00 (local time), the center of the tropical storm was estimated to be 11.3 degrees north latitude and 54.2 degrees west longitude, 610 kilometers east-southeast of Barbados, placed in the arc of the Lesser Antilles.
Elsa increased the maximum lasting winds to 75 kilometers per hour, recording with more gases, and the center pressure dropped to 1005 hectopascals.
The meteorological event is moving west-northwest at a speed of 46 kilometers per hour.
The report points out that this pattern will continue with similar course and translation speeds for the next 12 to 24 hours, approaching the Arc of the lower Antilles.
This Friday, Elsa will hit the region, and in the afternoon he will enter the eastern Caribbean Sea and then advance through the seas south of Puerto Rico and Hispaniola.
This body, which has been warned by Cuba’s forecast center – may experience some extra strength during this period.
The forecast samples are consistent in the course and evolution of this tropical storm over a period of 24 – 48 hours; However, after they pass through the Central Caribbean Sea they begin to show some scattering.
The intensity of rainfall, wind strength and the effects of the sea in Cuba will be closely related to its evolution and future path.
msm / joe