Caribbean Storm On Saturday afternoon, forecasters said that Julia was closing in on a number of Colombian islands and moving swiftly toward Nicaragua.
As of 5 p.m. on Saturday, the storm, which is forecast to intensify into a hurricane later that day,
was located about 55 miles south of the Colombian island of Isla de San Andrés and had maximum sustained winds of 70 mph.
The storm was located around 175 miles east-northeast of Bluefields, a town on Nicaragua's east coast.
The islands of Providencia, San Andrés, and Santa Catalina were under a hurricane warning from the government of Colombia, as were other areas of Nicaragua.
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The whole coast of El Salvador was under a tropical storm watch.