Eleuthera and Hurricane Irma-Wednesday

Wednesday 5am brings a slight change to Hurricane Irma’s Track from yesterday’s as you can see from the charts below and closer to Eleuthera.

Hurricane Irma’s track has moved slightly to the east which now brings it a bit closer to Eleuthera and even though we are not in the cone of it’s track everyone should stay focused and prepared in case action is required.

As you can see Hurricane Irma is quite the storm and as of now there hasn’t been an impact for Eleuthera. Below are some charts that show her tracks in time. If you look at the times on the shot it will give you an idea of how it’s moving. Hurricane Irma is an extremely powerful storm and even though Eleuthera isn’t directly in it’s path, you need to be prepared. I’ve shown the Tuesday 5 pm Shots from The National Hurricane Center as well as the Weather Channel and Wunderground  with shots from 8 pm and 5 am included as well.

 

Hurricane Irma 5am Weds

Hurricane Irma 5am Weds

Hurricane Irma Track 5 pm

Hurricane Irma Track 5 pm

As you can see from the 8 pm model Eleuthera is just outside of the cone area and remember that Cuba is about 350 miles from us.

Hurricane Irma NHC 8 pm

Hurricane Irma NHC 8 pm

TS 13 should do a little spinning and then head into Mexico so not a concern.

 

Atlantic Storms 5 pm

Atlantic Storms 5 pm

TS Jose will hopefully continue on this path as a front from the US pushes across the States. As that front passes Florida, Hurricane Irma will use that void behind it to head north on the backside of the exiting front. If you look at the satellite photo above you can clearly see that front.

 

TS Jose 5 pm

TS Jose 5 pm

 

 

Weather Channel

Weather Channel

This article was published on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 in the following categories: Featured Articles

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