Hurricane Rally predicts to bring “life-threatening wave and rip current conditions” to the East Coast


Multiple states in the southern and northeastern United States Hurricane Aida And another big hurricane, its deadly wreckage, is raging on the Atlantic Ocean.

As of Saturday morning, a Category 3 hurricane, the Hurricane Rally, was located in the Central Atlantic Ocean about 1,600 miles southeast of Bermuda (more than 2,000 miles from the east coast of the United States) and traveled west-northwest at 15 miles per hour. Said the National Hurricane Center.

A storm that the Hurricane Center said was “big and a little stronger” could send a swell to reach Bermuda, the Bahamas, and the Greater Antilles on Monday and Tuesday. The National Hurricane Center forecasts on Saturday that the storm will rage as a Category 3 or 4 storm for several days.

The hurricane rally will approach Bermuda in the middle or late next week. The further west the hurricane’s path, the greater the potential for Bermuda to bear the brunt.

Hurricane rallies are not expected to hit the eastern United States, according to AccuWeather, but after Workers’ Day, the eastern U.S. coast “is likely to cause life-threatening waves and rip current conditions.” You can expect big swells.

According to AccuWeather, the expected north route of the hurricane should miss hundreds of miles on the east coast of the United States, but could bring strong winds and torrential rains to Newfoundland, Canada, around September 10-11. I have.

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“It’s certainly possible that the rally will track west enough distance to pass near or over Bermuda, probably as a major hurricane,” said AccuWeather’s senior meteorologist Randia Dokins. Said in Saturday’s report.. “But for now, it seems likely that the rally will reach east enough to put Bermuda on the brunt of the storm.”

Hurricane rally forecast tracks show that a storm could approach Bermuda later next week.

Hurricane rally forecast tracks show that a storm could approach Bermuda later next week.

According to AccuWeather, storms with a maximum wind speed of 125 mph are currently projected to reach Category 4 strength as early as Saturday night. Category 4 hurricanes have wind speeds of 130-156 mph.

With rally winds above 150 mph, the storm will be the strongest in the Atlantic Ocean this year, surpassing Hurricane Aida, AccuWeather said.

The rally could be the third major hurricane of the season after hurricane races and Aida, and AccuWeather says it could also last longer. Hurricane Elsa, From July 1st to 9th.

Hurricane Aida triggered hundreds of thousands of people Louisiana without power..When At least 50 people died Northeast of the flood caused by the storm.

Federal and state agencies said Friday they were responding to reports of oil and chemical spills in the disaster zone south of Port Forcheon, Louisiana. Associated Press After reviewing the aerial photographs taken by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, we first reported the possibility of a spill on Wednesday.

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This article was originally published in USA TODAY: The course of the hurricane rally can cross Bermuda.Expected rip current in the United States