Florida may be affected again by the havoc of weather forces Subtropical Storm Nicole moves west into the Atlantic And may affect the state in the coming days. According to the latest reports, it will rain in Orlando and Jacksonville, as well as South Tampa, which is still Can’t get over Ian’s passing, Similarly, the Bahamas is under warning.
This Monday, the National Hurricane Center reported on its Twitter account that Hurricane and Storm Surge Watch Released for Florida’s East Coast And the Tropical Storm Watch was changed to a Hurricane Watch for the northwestern Bahamas.
In another tweet, the NHC said NOAA hurricane hunters are investigating the subtropical storm and warned that an extended period of hazardous weather is expected in the northwestern Bahamas and the southeast coast of the United States this week.
Subtropical Storm Nicole formed this Monday morningas the most recently named system in 2022 Atlantic hurricane season. In an 11:00 a.m. bulletin, they confirmed that it had maximum sustained winds of 45 mph and was moving from north to northwest at 9 mph, while it was 495 miles east of the Bahamas. is in.
So far, South Florida remains on track and is forecast to move into the state on Thursday night. It is also projected to continue to strengthen and It may become a Category 1 hurricane as it approaches the east coast of Florida Between Wednesday and Thursday morning, according to the NHC.
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November is the last month of hurricane seasonHowever, activity on these dates should also decrease. However, almost all of the dominant hurricanes in the Atlantic in this 2022 formed after August. In the last 170 years, Florida receives nine impacts from tropical systems in Novemberwhich represents a 5% probability.
As the week progresses, there will be an increase in the frequency and intensity of rain with a higher risk of currents, along with more winds and dangerous ocean conditions.
According to meteorologist John Morales, in the above media statements, winds and waves would also be associated with the full moon and sea level rise, which could translate to Major coastal floods.
As such, communities such as Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach, Miami Shores, as well as neighborhoods adjacent to Biscayne Boulevard, such as Edgewater, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables and the Florida Keys, should take appropriate flood precautions.