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Tropical Depression 29 forms in Caribbean, set to tie 2005 named-storm record

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Tropical Depression 29 has formed in the Caribbean and is expected to strengthen before landfall in Central America early next week.The depression is expected to strengthen into a hurricane as it approaches the coast on Monday. It is forecast to reach tropical storm strength by Sunday.If the storm is named as expected, this hurricane season will officially tie the 2005 Atlantic Hurricane season record for most named storms.Heavy rainfall associated with the storm is expected to lead to flash flooding and river flooding across portions of Jamaica, the Cayman Islands and Central America.

Tropical Depression 29 has formed in the Caribbean and is expected to strengthen before landfall in Central America early next week.

The depression is expected to strengthen into a hurricane as it approaches the coast on Monday. It is forecast to reach tropical storm strength by Sunday.

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If the storm is named as expected, this hurricane season will officially tie the 2005 Atlantic Hurricane season record for most named storms.

Heavy rainfall associated with the storm is expected to lead to flash flooding and river flooding across portions of Jamaica, the Cayman Islands and Central America.

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