Emily maintains sustained winds of 85 kilometers per hour. The national U.S. Hurricane Center warns that it can endanger human lives. Tropical storm Emily whips with maximum sustained winds of 85 kilometers per hour and heavy rains continuing the island of Hispaniola. The Dominican Republic and Haiti are suffering from weather that brings Emily, the fifth tropical storm of the season of cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean.
The national U.S. Hurricane Center warns that they may cause dangerous floods and mudslides that can endanger human lives. Cuba and Florida storm is located 90 kilometers west-southwest of the island of Beata (Dominican Republic) and 145 kilometers south of Port-au-Prince (Haiti). It moves West-Northwest direction with a speed of 7 kilometers per hour. A gradual rotation of tropical storm to the Northeast is forecast in the next 12 or 24 hours. On this track the center of Emily Cross southwest of Haiti later and extreme eastern Cuba at night and at dawn on Friday, said the agency based in Miami. Meteorologists have recommended residents of Florida (United States) and the Centre East of Cuba that are pending for the trajectory of the storm. Flights canceled a total of eleven arrivals of flights to Santo Domingo and eight output s from the Dominican capital were cancelled due to the tropical storm. Three company JetBlue flights from New York that should have landed at the airport of Las Americas (Santo Domingo este), two of American Airlines from Miami, is one of JetBlue from Boston and other American Eagle from Port-au-Prince (Haiti). Source of the news: tropical storm Emily lashes Dominican Republic and Haiti