MIAMI, FL The National Hurricane Center in Miami shows the storm could
make landfall over Cuba as a hurricane. The track shows it could
weaken and continue toward the Bahamas. A tropical storm watch has
been issued for parts of Honduras and Nicaragua, and several inches
of rain are expected in those countries.
Forecasters say the storm may also hit the Cayman Islands.
Paloma is moving toward the north-northwest at about 7 mph. It is
expected to gradually turn toward the north, then to the northeast
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