Sunday, September 10, 2017

Hurricane Irma Radar, Storm Track, Predicted Risk





Irma’s proximity to the warm Gulf of Mexico as it moves northward along the west coast of Florida may help it maintain hurricane intensity by the time it reaches northern Florida on Monday. Tallahassee and Jacksonville are likely to get battered by damaging winds and flooding rainfall during this time.

“Irma could track far enough west of Florida that the center remains over the Gulf of Mexico and away from the coast,” AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Tom Kines said.

If Irma tracks farther west, then it will interact with warmer water for a longer period of time, which could lead to even further intensification. Strengthening could increase impacts along the western coast of Florida and the severity of impacts across the Florida Panhandle.

However, this scenario would also lead to less impacts along the eastern coast of Florida, from Jacksonville to Miami.

Isolated tornadoes will threaten areas on the northeast side of the storm, which will put much of Florida at risk for further damage should a tornado strike.













“Any land within 185 miles of the Irma’s center could see damage and any place within 50 to 60 miles of the center could experience catastrophic damage,”. Accuweather.com

Irma had sustained 185-mph winds for 37 hours


ExactWeather.com   (Not Exact But Close Enough)



Be prepared, may God protect us.