Forecaster says Tropical Storm Lisa is likely to become a hurricane before it makes it into Central America

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because it pushed into the western Caribbean south of the Cayman Islands on Tuesday

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As of 8 a.m. Tuesday, Lisa was about 220 miles south of Grand Cayman and about 480 miles east of Belize City

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Lisa had maximum sustained winds of 65 mph and was moving to the west at 14 mph

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The storm's center was located approximately 175 miles east of the Honduran island of Roatan

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The storm is expected to strengthen into the northwest Caribbean on Wednesday

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On Monday, the governments of Central America announced warnings to Honduras, Belize, Guatemala, and Mexico regions

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Lisa could bring up to 5 feet of storm surge and 8 inches of rain to areas of Central America

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Two Tropical Storms Martin and Lisa Are Expected to Become Hurricanes in the Atlantic

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Tropical Storm Martin formed over the central North Atlantic on Tuesday

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