Hurricane Igor Path 2010
Hurricane Igor Path 2010 – Bermuda is gearing up for the arrival of Hurricane Igor, a hurricane that has many worried. It is currently moving northwest over a corner of the Atlantic Ocean toward the island, and it is expected to bring heavy rains, flooding and a good amount of wind that will start on Saturday evening. The US National Hurricane Center has revealed that the center of the storm will pass over the island either on late Sunday or on early Monday.
The storm is a Category 2 storm as of now that is barely just hurricane strength. Experts have not said whether or not they expect the hurricane to lose any of its muster when it passes over Bermuda, but the rule of thumb is that any landfall weakens the storm to some extent, even if it is a small amount.
Tropical Storm Julia continues to grow weaker. The storms sustained winds were sitting at around the 85 kilometer level per hour, but forecasters have predicted that the storm will continue to lose muster over the course of the next few days.
Meanwhile, Mexico is just getting out from under the huge storm that was Hurricane Karl. It caused untold destruction in Mexico, but is expected to dissipate somewhere over the mountains, although officials have said that they are still worried about flash floods that the storm has caused. So far, Hurricane Karl has killed two different people, and officials have evacuated a number of people who live in areas with a high risk of a flash flood.
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