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Hermin got close to New England

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On Monday, tropical cyclone Hermine was off the coast of New England, a region in the northeastern United States that includes several states, including Connecticut and Massachusetts. A strong current and a wind close to a hurricane were observed under the influence of the cyclone.

The storm warning on Monday still continued to operate on the territory of Long Island, New Haven, Nantucket, and Martas-Vinyard Island, where he and his family had recently your vacation US President Barack Obama.

“This is not the kind of weather people expect during the holidays,” says AccuWeather meteorologist Dan Kottlowski, talking about Labor Day and the final day of this weekend. “Everyone was waiting for a clear, sunny sky and good weather for a beach holiday, but because of the cyclone, New Jersey and Long Island were covered with clouds.”

The expert described Hermin as a hybrid between the tropical system and the north-east, the main threat of which is strong wind and high waves. Cyclone is particularly dangerous for barrier islands such as Nantucket and Block Island.

“Hermin still cannot be underestimated even though this storm is moving slowly,” says Kottlowski.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie had previously declared a state of emergency, just like the leaders of some other regions. The authorities of New York, in turn, decided to extend the ban on swimming on the beaches of the city on Monday and, possibly, Tuesday.

Meanwhile, according to data from the US Hurricane Center, a tropical storm Newton is gathering strength to the west of Mexico, which is moving in the direction of the California Peninsula in western North America, in northwestern Mexico.

As reported, a hurricane is possible in the area of ​​the resorts of the municipality of Los Cabos in Mexico. Later this week, the storm may start moving towards Arizona in the form of a "tropical depression" (the name of tropical cyclones).

Hermin, whose victims are 2 man, collapsed on Friday, Florida in the form of a hurricane of the first category, which was the first for this state in the last decade. After the passage of the state of Georgia, the hurricane weakened to the level of a tropical storm.

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