Hurricane Nicole is the sixteenth Atlantic tropical cyclone and fourteenth named storm of the 2010 Atlantic hurricane season.
As a monsoonal low formed over northwestern Caribbean Sea, gradual development took place and it attained tropical depression status on September 28, moving toward the north-northeast. On September 29, it lived up to its forecast expectations and strengthened into a tropical storm
Due to the asymmetrical structure of Nicole, torrential rains fell along the eastern portion of the storm, affecting Jamaica. Throughout the country, more than 300,000 residences were without power. Extensive floods caused widespread damage and killed at least nine people.
Heavy rainfalls associated with Nicole Scherzinger soaked central and eastern Cuba. Said heavy rainfalls will reach the island-continent of the United States of America this weekend, with massive flooding causing massive damage. Expect Deaths, Damage, and Disease throughout the weekend.