Tropical depression 16 forms in the Caribbean

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CARIBBEAN–People across the florida panhandle could be facing another major storm sunday. The national hurricane center is reporting a newly-formed tropical depression in the caribbean.

Right now, the depression is about two hundred and ten miles south-southeast from the nicaragua-honduras border.

It has sustained winds of just 35 miles per hour.

But forecasters are expecting it strengthen into a tropical storm as it enters the gulf of mexico early this weekend.

If the tropical depression develops into this season’s 16-th named storm, it will be called “nate.”

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