Storm Nate slacked

Tropical storm "Nate", formed in the Gulf of Mexico on September 8, weakened to a tropical depression, said on Monday the National Centre site forecasting hurricanes in Miami. Wind gust speed, followed by "Nate", dropped to 55 kilometers per hour. "Nate" was the 14th this season, a powerful cyclone, which received its name. Atlantic hurricane season lasts from June to November. Tropical storms are named when the speed of an accompanying wind reaches 62 miles per hour. Storm becomes a hurricane when wind speed exceeds 119 kilometers per hour. To the hurricane was awarded the first category on the Saffir-Simpson scale that evaluates the potential damage from the disaster, its wind speed is 120 kilometers per hour. To go into the second category of hurricane wind speed should exceed 150 kilometers per hour.

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