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Forecasters are warning that the system could quickly get stronger and become a major hurricane as it moves toward the Sunshine State from the Caribbean Sea, where a tropical 

cyclone is currently building up with the Florida Peninsula in its sights. At 5 p.m. local time on Friday, the winds of Tropical Depression Nine had increased to 35 mph and it was 

moving west-northwest across the Caribbean. On Monday, the storm is forecast to turn northward as it approaches western Cuba, just before it begins to gorge itself on the 83–85°F

high-octane waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Depending on the forward speed of the system and an expected dip in the jet team that will pick up the system and move it east, the National 

Hurricane Center's forecast Friday was a spread from the eastern Gulf of Mexico to east of Miami, and could change significantly. The time and location of its pickup are open questions.

On Friday at 5 p.m., Tropical Depression 10 off the coast of Africa was upgraded to Tropical Storm Hermine by the National Hurricane Center. Nine touchdowns, Ian. Following the official 

forecast from Friday, the storm's centre would be near Sarasota on Wednesday afternoon with Category 3 winds of 115 mph. The southwest coast of Florida can expect winds of 39 mph or 

higher on Tuesday morning, and Palm Beach County may feel these winds by the afternoon and evening. According to South Florida Water Management District senior meteorologist 

Todd Kimberlain: "The one thing to remember five days out is the track error is 200 miles." If the storm doesn't slow down, however, it has the potential to be a major hurricane 

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