Hurricane Irma competes on Antilles
Sint Maarten, Sint Eustatius and Saba have to prepare for hurricane Irma. The U.s. National Hurricane Center (NHC) in Miami expects the storm Wednesday and the Caribbean islands passes. Irma is possible to become a hurricane of the fourth category.
The American consulate on Curaçao warns tourists in the area for flooding, mudslides and damage to homes that the storm can cause. They also wanted the consulate to ensure that the air traffic disrupted.
Employees may not be more to the consulate to travel, and tourists are advised to go for Tuesday elsewhere to find shelter.
The hurricane is currently to the east of the archipelago and took the last days in power. Irma is now a hurricane of the third category with wind speeds of up to 185 kilometers per hour. The highest category is 5, which will, Irma not yet.