5 more days before ‘super storm’ hits Florida

5 more days before ‘super storm’ hits Florida

November 3, 2021 Comments Off on 5 more days before ‘super storm’ hits Florida By admin

A day after a hurricane dumped record rainfall, another storm hit Florida and the state is facing another disaster.

A “super storm” has already killed at least five people and is expected to make landfall Saturday afternoon.

The National Weather Service says the storm will move through the state’s southern tip Sunday afternoon.

Hurricane Matthew, which made landfall early Friday morning in the Carolinas, is expected as a Category 2 hurricane.

The storm is likely to be stronger than the Category 1 hurricane Matthew made landfall in September.

The National Hurricane Center said it could be stronger and more damaging than the other Category 2 hurricanes it has tracked in the Atlantic, Atlantic and Caribbean.

It’s a tropical storm that could bring winds of up to 120 mph and a storm surge of about 5 feet.

The storm has sustained winds of 75 mph.

It’s a Category 3 hurricane.

A hurricane warning has been issued for parts of central Florida and for parts or all of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee.

A tornado warning is also in effect for parts and all of South Carolina.

A tropical storm warning is in effect and a tropical cyclone warning is still in effect in the Gulf of Mexico.

A storm surge watch has been in effect through the weekend and is in place in parts of Florida and New Jersey.

A hurricane watch has also been in place through Sunday afternoon for parts, including the coast.

The U.S. National Hurricane Centre said the maximum sustained winds are expected to be 70 mph and maximum sustained rainfall is expected at least 8 inches.

The maximum sustained wind was measured at 12 mph and the maximum maximum sustained river surge was measured 6 feet, according to a NOAA advisory.

The wind gusts are expected in the upper 30s to lower 50 mph with gusts of 50 mph or higher in parts.