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Distant Hurricane Earl roughly at the hands of Florida surf like NHC tracks new system — Orlando Sentinel

Hurricane Earl is nearing its end last stages as a tropical system but strong waves pose a threat to Florida’s east coast.

As of 11:00 AM Saturday, National Hurricane Center locates center of Earl about 260 miles south of Cape Race, Newfoundland in Canada with steady winds of 90 mph down from 105 mph earlier on Saturday. system is moving north-NE at 29 mph and expected to be an extratropical low by Saturday afternoon.

No tropical warning yet in place, system strong wind expected over parts of Newfoundland until Sunday.

“Significant reduction in forward speed expected today with graph moving slowly northeast to southeast of Newfoundland from tonight to Monday,” said NHC senior hurricane specialist Robbie Berg. “Weakening is expected during next a few days and Earl’s winds are likely to die down below Hurricane force tonight or early Sunday morning.”

wind field for in system growing now with Hurricane-force winds up up to 90 miles from its center and tropical storms force spreading winds out up to 415 miles.

swells for massive system have already hit Bermuda will continue to hammer in portions of East Coast of the United States, including Florida over in next several days, the NHC said.

These waves are likely cause life-threatening surf and break current conditions,” Berg said. The National Weather Service continues to warn against high-risk of discontinuous currents.

On Thursday, security officials at Volusia County beaches said in press release that they responded to an incident near the Main Street Pier in Daytona Beach where the man in his 60s were caught in gap current. He was pulled out of the water without a pulse, but saved personnel performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation and was taken to the hospital after regaining his pulse. Two more the rescue was carried out on Friday.

Like a count moves far, the NHC has eyes on one Another system set form off Coast of Africa in tropical Atlantic after the weekend

As of tropical NHC forecast at 14:00, forecasters expect a tropical wave move off Coast of continent on Monday.

“Gradual development of the wave will possible at the beginning-middle of next a week until it moves west or west-northwest across the eastern tropical Atlantic Ocean,” the NHC said in a statement.

Forecasters give it’s 30% chance of tropical formation in in next five days.

After more these two months of relatively calm tropical activity, it is past week saw the formation of seasons first two hurricanes with Hurricane Daniel also ran out of steam out within a week. NHC also had his eye on multiple systems in tropical Atlantic that ended up not forming.

There is increased activity with statistical peak of hurricane season – September 10 – during what was originally forecast to be tropical year. The Atlantic hurricane season was just come off of two record-flying years with 30 named storms in 2020 followed by 21 in 2021.

However, prior to Hurricane Daniel, there were only three named tropical storms this season. with Tropical Storm Colina last advisory parish on 3 July. What is known as the Sahara dust layer helped to suppress tropical activity. for most of summer including first august time seen zero tropical systems since 1997. system evolved into Hurricane Daniel, formed on September 1.

hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. thirty.

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