Tropical Storm Bret will continue to gain organization and strength over the next 12 to 24 hours.
Possible track of Tropical Storm Bret. (Photo: Insmit).
Tropical Depression III during the afternoon of June 19 continued to gain organization and intensity and became a Tropical Storm named Bret.
At 5 in the afternoon, the central region was located at 11.3 degrees north latitude and 42.2 degrees west longitude, a location that puts it 2,085 kilometers east of the southern group of the Lesser Antilles.
Bret has a central pressure of 1,008 hPa and is moving west at a rate of 33 kilometers per hour, and its maximum sustained winds have increased to 65 kilometers per hour, with higher gusts.
Tropical Storm Bret will continue to gain organization and intensity over the next 12 to 24 hours as it moves along a similar path and forward speed over the open waters of the Central Atlantic.
The next tropical cyclone warning for this system will be issued at 6:00 p.m. tomorrow, Tuesday.
Tropical Depression No. 3 became Tropical Storm Bret
Tropical Depression 3 continued to gain organization and intensity this afternoon and became a Tropical Storm named Bret.
– Insmet Prediction Center (cnp_insmet_cuba) June 19, 2023
(Institute of Meteorology of Cuba)
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