As of late Thursday, Hurricane Humberto was a Category 2 hurricane with maximum winds of 110 mph in the North Atlantic. Humberto continues to race northeast, far from Bermuda and the United States. No direct impacts are expected for the United States, but large swellings and life-threatening tears will remain a risk along the eastern US coast, Bermuda and the Bahamas.
End of Thursday position:
The Umberto Forward remains northeast at 24 mph and continues to drift away from the East Coast of the United States and north from Bermuda. The storm is expected to stay well on shore in the North Atlantic.
Bermudas were passaged Wednesday by Humberto, causing widespread power outages and high winds. The center of Humberto moved north of Bermuda, but there were still strong winds and heavy rain. Coastal flooding is still possible on the back of the system.
Hurricane Humberto Laes Bermuda
Sparks flying in # Bermuda on Wednesday night, September 17th during Hurricane # Humberto. #HurricaneHumberto #hurricaneVideo 📽️ Credit: Renee Jones Check out the latest here in Humberto: bit.ly/2mfnQMY snaps19659002 photos Posted by WeatherNation on Thursday September 19, 2019
Meteorologist Chris Bianchi draws attention to previous storms to hit Bermuda. Watch below:
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