A Black Label Navigator Is Taking on the Naviga in 2018

A Black label navigator is taking on the naviga in 2019, and it’s not a good idea.

According to an article from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the navigas is a Category 1 hurricane, and if it continues to track northeast it could become a Category 3 or 4 hurricane by 2100.

The Atlantic hurricane season runs from April to November, and its not uncommon for the storm to produce tropical-storm-force winds.

It’s also the time when hurricanes hit the Atlantic Coast.

The storm is expected to bring strong winds, heavy rain and strong winds.

If the storm moves along the coast, it could cause damage to infrastructure.

It’s not just the storm that’s dangerous, however.

Navigas are notorious for killing people and damaging property.

In 2016, the Florida Keys was flooded after a hurricane hit, killing more than 1,000 people.

That same year, Hurricane Katia hit the Keys, destroying at least 13 homes and killing more, according to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

The National Hurricane Center said in its latest forecast that Katia would remain a Category 4 storm through September, meaning it would likely become a major hurricane before the end of the season.

This is the fourth hurricane that Navigos has recorded in the last 30 years.

According to the NOAA, it’s the most destructive hurricane ever to strike the United States.

According a National Hurricane Centre forecast, the storm could bring up to 10 inches of rain, as well as damaging winds.

The storm could also lead to a mandatory evacuation of the area.

A spokesperson for the National Hurricane Centers said in a statement, “It is not uncommon to get some hurricanes, but it is uncommon to have a Category 5.”

The storm could be the biggest threat to the Caribbean and southern Florida until late 2019, when a second hurricane is expected.