Three storms – Hurricane Leslie, Hurricane Michael and Tropical Storm Nadine – are swirling in the Atlantic region, but according to the Bermuda Weather Service, none are threatening Bermuda at this time.
The BWS said Hurricane Leslie is “not a threat to Bermuda” as its closest point of approach to Bermuda passed within 72 hours.
Hurricane Michael is “not a threat to Bermuda at this time,” the Bermuda Weather Service said, with its closest point of approach to Bermuda within 72 hours, forecast at 480 nm NNW at 12 noon on Friday 12 October.
Tropical Storm Nadine is “not a threat to Bermuda at this time,” the Bermuda Weather Service said, with its closest point of approach to Bermuda expected within 72 hours at 1693 nm from the ESE at 3 a.m. on Saturday, October 13.
The BWS noted that these systems “could approach Bermuda after this period depending on their trajectory.”
While we are spared, other places are not so lucky, with Report on CNN that “Category 4 Hurricane Michael was about to become the most powerful hurricane in recorded history to hit the Florida Panhandle.”
“About 3.8 million people are under hurricane warning in the Panhandle and Big Bend areas of Florida, as well as parts of southeastern Alabama and southern Georgia. Tropical storm warnings affect 15.9 million people in several states.
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