Tropical storm Ida is likely to develop into a strong hurricane

Meteorologists believe that the trajectory of the storm will pass through the state of Louisiana.

The National Hurricane Center said that tropical storm Ida, which formed in the Caribbean Sea, is likely to strengthen to a hurricane category and reach the United States on Sunday.

According to the center in the next warning center, the “hurricane hunter” of the Air Force determined that the storm Ida has formed and is now located about 160 kilometers west-southwest of Jamaica, moving northwest at a speed of about 22 km / h.

The maximum stable wind speed inside the storm is about 65 km/h.

Meteorologists expect that the storm will develop into a hurricane as it moves west from Cuba to the southern part of the Gulf of Mexico.

Although it is difficult to determine the exact trajectory of the storm, experts predict that it will hit the state of Louisiana, which was severely affected by three major hurricanes last year.

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