Strong waves from the powerful hurricane truck reach the lower Antilles

Miami (EE. UU.)

According to the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) the probability of strong waves and rip currents began to affect the Lesser Antilles on Monday. .

The effects of the storm, Type 3 on the Sapphire Simpson scale, will reach Greater Antilles, the Bahamas and Bermuda in the next few hours out of a total of 5.

The Miami-based NHC has warned that dangerous waves and currents are likely to tear off the east coast of the United States and Canada by Wednesday.

The system is located about 1,150 kilometers (715 miles) north of the Leeward Islands and about 1,630 kilometers (1,015 miles) southeast of Bermuda.

The truck is blowing at a maximum speed of 195 kilometers per hour (120 mph) and is moving northwest at about 17 kilometers per hour (10 miles).

NHC forecasters expect the movement to continue on Wednesday and then return north-northwest on Thursday.

Forecasters predict that there may be some fluctuations in intensity over the next few days, after which it will gradually weaken.

The hurricane extends 110 kilometers (70 miles) from the center and 280 kilometers (175 miles) outside with tropical storm force.

The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts that the current Atlantic hurricane season will be above average.

So far this year, four hurricanes have formed in the Atlantic Basin, Henry, Grace, Elsa, and Ida. And the United States.

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