Power Hurricane Fiona, Category 4, continues towards the east coast of Canada, and tonight it approaches the Bermuda Islands with maximum winds of 130 mph (215 km/h), while the low pressure area is in southeastern Canada. Sea Caribe could become a definite storm in the next few hours. As reported in the latest bulletin from the United States National Hurricane Center (NHC), Fiona’s center is located 280 miles (455 kilometers) west-southwest of Bermuda and 1,000 miles (1,610 kilometers) south-southwest of Bermuda. Halifax, in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
FOLLOW LIVE THE TRACK OF HURRICANE FIONA:
The Canada Hurricane Center issued a hurricane warning for the archipelago Bermuda.
also watch Hurricane Nova Scotia From the Hubbards to Brule and Prince Edward Island and Brule and from the Newfoundland coast from Parson Pond to Port-Aux-Basques.
It also has a tropical storm watch in effect from St. Andrews west of the Hubbards, Nova Scotia, and from West Bruhl to Cape Madeleine, Quebec.
It is 00.00 GMT, Fionaa magnitude 4 hurricane, moving from north to northeast about 20 mph (31 km/h).
A movement towards the northeast is expected as forward speed increases through Friday.followed by a slightly slower northward movement starting on Friday or Saturday night.
On the forecast path, center Fiona will pass west of Bermuda Tonight, you’ll be approaching Nova Scotia on Friday and moving to the Gulf of St. Lawrence on Saturday.
Although he is expected to face some weakness starting tonight or Friday, NHC expect it Fiona The winds are still strong Friday and Saturday night after becoming a post-tropical system.
Hurricane-force winds extend up to 70 miles (110 kilometers) from the center and tropical storm winds extend up to 205 miles (335 kilometers) from the center of the system.
Conditions tornado Possible in sectors of the cyclone watch area in Canada Friday night and a tropical storm that afternoon.
The prognosis is that Fiona Produces heavy rain Bermuda Up to 4 inches (100 ml) and on the Atlantic coast Canada Up to 6″ (150ml), maximum 10″ (254ml). These rains can cause serious flooding.
In Bermuda, an approaching hurricane will result in a storm surge with large and destructive waves, while a large area in the eastern Caribbean will experience dangerous rip currents and rip currents.
On the other hand, meteorologists NHC They said Thursday that the low pressure area in the southeastern Caribbean has a 90% chance of becoming a tropical depression in the next two days.
Rain and wind gusts from this system are likely to affect the islands the wind blowsnorth Venezuela and a chain of islands made up of Aruba, Barbados and Curaçao.
The observatory warned that these “effects” were likely to extend into northeastern Colombia later tonight, and that Jamaican territory should “closely monitor” the progress of this system.
According to this year’s hurricane season name list, if it turned into a storm, that system would be called Hermine.
Tropical Storm Gaston
whileTropical Storm Gaston, which formed this week in the mid-Atlantic, is maintaining its strength and its effects are expected to begin in the Azores archipelago tonight.
Gaston It is located 245 miles (395 kilometers) northwest of the central Azores, and draws maximum sustained winds of 65 mph (100 km/h).
A tropical storm warning has been activated in the Azores for Flores, Corvo Faial, Pico, São Jorge, Graciosa and Terceira.
Gaston is expected to move east overnight and then southeast with less force.
Gaston’s center is expected to move near or over parts of the Azores tonight through Saturday.
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