Ready for this potential disaster? Word is –just a prediction now– if hurricane Vince materializes it will not only be strong enough to become a category 5, but could eventually cause a blizzard condition on or around the Northeast Coast..
But there seems to be enough wiggle room for potential movement either west or east.. Developing..
Clearly, the path of hurricane Lee consistently is taking it off the coast of the United States. But it’s just too close for comfort.. we aren’t ready to call it a fish storm just yet. Developing..
Look at this satellite image!! Idalia grew rapidly before it hit land.. When Idalia made landfall Wednesday morning it had maximum sustained winds near 125 mph (205 kph). The low-lying marsh area faced a predicted storm surge of up to 15 feet! There are populated areas in the region, including Gainesville, where the University of … Read moreIdalia the beast
At the time of this posting, Idalia is currently located just under 200 miles southwest of Tampa and is moving to the north at 16 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center’s latest forecast. CNN is tracking the storm’s path. Idalia’s landfall strength and storm surge could reach once-in-a-lifetime levels along parts of Florida’s Gulf … Read moreHurricane Idalia set to be ‘once in a lifetime event’ according to forecasters ..
A video from Ryan Hall, y’all. Expect rapid intensification at this time.. the storm has blossomed further to the south than expected .. Developing..
Tropical Storm Idalia is strengthening quickly as it churns toward Florida and could become a dangerous Category 3 storm as it approaches the coast with a mix of heavy rains, high winds and damaging storm surge. Idalia is expected to intensify into a hurricane Monday and make landfall on Wednesday morning near the Big Bend of … Read moreIdalia not ideal for Florida and southeast coast