Monthly Archives: September 2017

Thursday Evening Irma Update: Category Five Hurricane Tearing Through the Turks and Caicos, and Towards the Bahamas and Southeast US

Hurricane Irma has remained an extremely impressive hurricane, and despite a bit of weakening is still a category 5 hurricane this evening with maximum sustained winds of 175MPH.  Irma is bringing these destructive winds to the Turks and Caicos as … Continue reading

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Wednesday Afternoon Irma Update: Category Five Storm Barreling Through the Virgin Islands, Towards Turks and Caicos; Threat to Bahamas and Southeast Remains

Hurricane Irma remains an extremely impressive storm, with a large and distinct eye surrounded by a very intense and complete eyewall.  Irma is a very large storm, and has already done extensive damage in the Leeward Islands and Virgin Islands.  … Continue reading

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Tuesday Evening Irma Update: Irma now a Potentially Catastrophic Category Five Hurricane Moving West-Northwest

Hurricane Irma has continued intensifying over the last day, and is now one of the strongest Atlantic Ocean hurricanes on record with maximum sustained winds of 185MPH.  Irma remains a large hurricane, and is approaching the Leeward Islands.  Devastation is … Continue reading

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Monday Afternoon Irma Update: Irma Becoming a Larger Hurricane as it Heads West

Hurricane Irma is continuing to progress at a south-of-due-west direction across the open Tropical Atlantic Monday afternoon.  Irma is now a powerful category 4 hurricane, and has grown in size since Sunday.  Here is a look at the National Hurricane … Continue reading

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Hurricane Irma Slowly Churning West as a Major Hurricane; Threat to Land Increasing

Hurricane Irma has been fluctuating in intensity over the last couple of days between a strong category 2 and low category 3 hurricane, as the hurricane has turned towards the west-southwest over the open Tropical Atlantic.  Irma is a small … Continue reading

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Hurricane Irma: Powerful but a LONG Way from Threatening Land

Hurricane Irma is churning away in the eastern Tropical Atlantic as a powerful category 3 hurricane.  The hurricane is currently on a westerly heading at 13MPH.  It is well over 2000 miles away from Florida, meaning it will take quite … Continue reading

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