Hurricane Florence: Euro Model Tracking South

September 12, 2018, 8 AM. It appears that Hurricane Florence will make a more Southern North Carolina or Northern South Carolina landfall on September 15, 2018. It is possible that it will be a Category 2 since it will slow down and be over cooler water. The cone of uncertainty is now between Myrtle Beach,Continue reading “Hurricane Florence: Euro Model Tracking South”

Hurricane Florence: Possible Cat 5 to hit the East Coast

Richmond, VA. September 10, 2018. It is inevitable that Hurricane Florence will be striking the East Coast anywhere between Charleston, NC to the Maryland Coastline. The current winds are at 138 MPH with Wind Gusts of 167 MPH. The current position is 525 miles SSE of Bermuda on a course of WNW 285┬░ traveling atContinue reading “Hurricane Florence: Possible Cat 5 to hit the East Coast”

Breaking: Florence Has Strengthened: Category One Hurricane

September 9, 2018. Florence has now strengthened to a Category 1 Hurricane. It is expected to strengthen to a Category 4 before making landfall. Last night, Meteorologists from NBC12 stated that it could possibly be a Category 5 when it makes landfall, depending how slow it moves over the warm waters of the Gulf Stream.Continue reading “Breaking: Florence Has Strengthened: Category One Hurricane”

Breaking: NC Gov. Roy Cooper Issues Emergency Order to Help Farmers

September 7, 2018. According to The Weather Channel, NC Governor Roy Cooper issues an emergency order to help North Carolina farmers. This order is intended to help harvest and transport the crops out of the area before the storm hits North Carolina. His intention is to get crops out of the areas that will floodContinue reading “Breaking: NC Gov. Roy Cooper Issues Emergency Order to Help Farmers”

Tropical Storm Philippe: Downgraded to a Remnant

Good News! According to the National Hurricane Center, Philippe has been downgraded and has dissipated over the Western Atlantic. The remnant has been absorbed by a frontal system and is moving NNE at 46 MPH as of 5:00 PM EDT. The location is about 290 miles South of Cape Hatteras, NC. Maximum central pressure isContinue reading “Tropical Storm Philippe: Downgraded to a Remnant”

Tropical Storm Philippe Has Formed: Heavy Rains & Flooding Expected

A new tropical storm has formed and is moving through the Straights of Florida tonight and into Southern Florida. As of 8:00 PM EDT, Tropical Storm Philippe was moving N at about 28 MPH with a wind speed of 40 MPH. The pressure was at 1002 mb. ┬áThe location of this tropical storm was aboutContinue reading “Tropical Storm Philippe Has Formed: Heavy Rains & Flooding Expected”