During the afternoon of Saturday, the 28th tropical depression of this hurricane season has formed over the Western Caribbean Sea. Against this background, the island of Cuba is under tropical storm surveillance, specifically the province of Pinar del Río.
This was detailed by the meteorologist Ada Monzón from her social networks, who also reported that there is a maritime warning for the Atlantic region.
5 pm Tropical Depression 28 forms in the western Caribbean Sea. Storm Watch for the province #Pinewood of the river #Cuba The huge Hurricane #Epsilon it keeps moving north of the Atlantic. ⚠️ maritime warning for the Atlantic region from Sunday am. pic.twitter.com/FpyCL5dgDb
– Ada Monzón (@adamonzon) October 24, 2020
According to the 5:00 pm bulletin, the center of tropical depression 28 was located near latitude 18.7 north, longitude 83, West of Cuba. The depression is moving toward the northwest near 2 mph and this movement is expected to continue through early Sunday.