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HURRICANE Florence is the latest tropical storm for 2018 and it’s currently moving in a north-north-westerly direction towards the US East Coast. Forecasters believe the storm will then hurtle towards the UK, bringing with it high winds, heavy rain and possibly even some frost. Where is the tropical storm now? Hurricane Florence is currently swirling in the mid-Atlantic, close to the US east coast. Florence could potentially track more to the north, keeping it east of Bermuda and over the open waters of the central Atlantic next weekend and into the following week before being moved along by an eastward jet stream. The official hurricane season for the Atlantic Basin (the Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico) is from June 1 to November 30. While Hurricane Florence isn’t expected to hit Florida, the passing storm could still cause rough seas that could potentially pound the sunshine state and the island of Bermuda. Hurricane Florence may then be picked up … [Read more...] about Hurricane Florence – where is the tropical storm now, will it hit the UK and what’s the weather forecast?
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News / World by Press Association 12/09/2018, 4:04 pm FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Residents along a large swathe of the US coastline have fled their homes as forecasters warned Hurricane Florence could stay just offshore for days before pushing inland. The National Hurricane Center’s projected track has Florence hovering off the southern North Carolina coast from Thursday night until landfall on Saturday morning. The track also shifted south and west, putting Georgia at risk as Florence moves inland. The overall trend is “exceptionally bad news”, said University of Miami hurricane researcher Brian McNoldy. As of 11am local time, the storm was centred 485 miles south east of Wilmington, North Carolina, moving at 15mph. It is a potentially catastrophic Category 4 storm with 130mph maximum sustained winds. Some strengthening is forecast through Wednesday night, drawing energy from the warm water. … [Read more...] about US residents flee as Hurricane Florence threatens ‘exceptionally bad news’