Flood forecast for Ida’s New York

The post-tropical cyclone moved to the northeastern United States, leaving rain and warning forecasters about flash floods and flooding in the central Appalachians, the Mid-Atlantic and parts of southern New York and New England.

Located about 70 kilometers (45 miles) southwest of Elkins, West Virginia, the system blows a maximum of 45 kilometers (30 miles) about 110 kilometers (70 miles) north of Roanoke, Virginia.

Its path and strong winds There are still hazards such as heavy rains and the resulting floods, and hurricanes, In the American Northeast. Similarly, the National Hurricane Center predicts some strengthening when Ida heads out to sea on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, the tropical barometric pressure is about 1,460 kilometers (910 miles) northeast of the Kate Leeward Islands and winds up to 55 kilometers (35 miles) per hour. However, the National Hurricane Center, based in Miami, expects him to disappear soon.

Gate to the Atlantic Ocean, Does not represent a danger on the ground And is expected to disperse this Thursday.

August Active

According to the NHC, the number of named storms, hurricanes and major hurricanes was higher than “normal” for tropical cyclone activity in the Atlantic Ocean in August.

During the month ending Tuesday, six named hurricanes formed in the Atlantic Ocean, three of which turned into hurricanes, two of which turned into major hurricanes.

Typhoon Grace Type 3 was south of Tuxpan, Mexico, on August 22, and Typhoon Ida Type 4 was last Sunday near Port Forsyth, Louisiana, USA.

Also, on the last day of the month a tropical depression formed.

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According to the NHC, based on a 30-year climate (1991-2020), 3 or 4 named storms usually form in August, with one or two of them turning into hurricanes.

He explained that a major hurricane develops in August every 1 or 2 years.

Developed by Larry

After a hectic month during the Atlantic hurricane season, the tropical storm truck formed this Wednesday, which is expected to turn into a hurricane this Thursday.

According to the latest announcement from the US National Hurricane Center (NHC, English), this 2021 truck, Tropical Storm 12, is blowing at a speed of about 85 kilometers (50 mph).

The Miami-based NHC is expected to strengthen further in the next few days and is forecast to turn into a hurricane on Thursday.

Organization It is found in the East Atlantic Ocean, It travels 445 kilometers (275 miles) southwest of the southern Cape Verde Islands (Africa) and 35 kilometers (22 miles) westward.

Forecasters forecast a west-northwest move over the next few days, followed by a northwest turn over the weekend.

The tropical storm extends 95 kilometers (60 miles) from the extreme wind center.

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