Cuba Tracks Weather South of Island

HAVANA TIMES, June 25 — Although it hasn’t, and may not, reach tropical storm or hurricane status, the Cuban Weather Institute (INSMET) is tracking a low pressure area moving south of the island that has so far brought some precipitation to the  western Caribbean.

Both the US National Hurricane Center and INSMET are giving a 70% probability that the low pressure area located Northeast of Honduras and South of Gran Cayman island will continue growing in organization and become a tropical storm in the next 48 hours as it approaches the Yucatan peninsula.

For Spanish readers, throughout the hurricane season (June 1-Nov. 30) you can get up-to-date information from the Cuban Weather Institute.