mighty Hurricane Fiona, Category 4, is moving north on a path that is expected to bring it closer to the Bermuda Islands on Thursday and the Canadian Atlantic on Friday, while maintaining its chances of becoming a tropical wave hurricane. The United States National Hurricane Center (NHC) bulletin at 00:00 GMT reported that Fiona is moving to the north at approximately 15 km/h (9 mph) and with an increase in speed during Thursday. Waiting to turn north-east.
Follow Hurricane Fiona’s track:
fiona It is currently located 970 kilometers (605 mi) southwest of Bermuda and approximately 2,195 kilometers (1,365 mi) southwest of Halifax in the province of Nova Scotia on Canada’s Atlantic Coast.
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on the trajectory projected by NHCcenter of fionaThe third hurricane of 2020 in the Atlantic and the only one so far unforeseen storm, It will approach Bermuda late Thursday and Atlantic Canada on Friday night.
maximum sustained winds that accompany fiona They accelerate with high speeds up to 215 km/h (130 mph).
Fiona is a Category 4 hurricane out of a total of 5 levels on the Saffir-Simpson scale.
bulletin of NHC It highlights that some strengthening is forecast tonight, with possible intensity fluctuations on Thursday, and that the strength hurricane Will go on till Saturday.
Hurricane-force winds extend up to 75 km (45 mi) from the center of the cyclone and at tropical storm force they extend outward to 315 km (195 mi).
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fiona Between 2 and 4 inches and inches of rain will drop in Bermuda CanadaIn the provinces of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and western Newfoundland, from 3 to 6 inches, up to a maximum of 10 inches.
A storm surge will cause high water levels along the coast Bermuda Since yesterday, with big and dangerous waves.
A Hurricane Watch and Tropical Storm Warning are in effect for the Bermuda Islands.
Meanwhile, a tropical wave has the potential to become a hurricane in the center of the Caribbean Sea.
The wave is raining and thunderstorms on its way across the Atlantic a few hundred miles east of the southern Windward Islands, and is forecast to become a tropical depression over the next few days.
This disturbance is expected to move across the islands to the west-northwest. windward Moved south today and then into the central Caribbean Sea later this week.
As far as Hurricane Gaston is concerned, it continues on its way to the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores, maintaining its strength, although there is no threat to any region at this time.
“Some additional strengthening is possible today, but a gradual weakening should begin by Thursday,” explained Gaston. NHC,