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Tropical Depression Forms in Caribbean

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By Jon Wilson, Contributing Editor, TB Reporter

TD 16 is not expected to become a threat to Florida.

 After sputtering for several days, a low-pressure area in the southwest Caribbean has become well-enough organized for the National Hurricane Center to classify it as a tropical depression. TD 16, with 35 mph winds, is expected to sit still today and in about two days, begin moving west.

The late-season storm is predicted to reach hurricane strength and bring 75 mph winds to Central America late this week before moving into the Pacific Ocean.

Hurricane season runs through Nov. 30. For information, visit nhc.noaa.gov .

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Tropical Depression Forms in Caribbean
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