Hurricane Florence, which reached category 4 Monday, “grows in size and power” and has “strengthened rapidly,” according to the most recent bulletin of the National Hurricane Center, based in Miami, Southeast of the USA.
Florence turned into a Category 4 hurricane of a maximum of 5 on Monday, climbing its maximum sustained winds at 140 miles per hour (220 km / h) as it approaches Las Carolinas, on the southeastern coast of United States.
The National Hurricane Center (NHC), based in Miami, indicated in its latest bulletin that the system “grows in size and power” and that it is possible to issue this Tuesday the first warnings of the hurricane and surge.
Earlier, he had pointed out that a “hurricane-hunting” plane informed them that the cyclone had “rapidly strengthened” and turned into a Category 4 hurricane.
Florence is located 525 miles (845 kilometers) south-southeast of Bermuda and 1,170 miles (1,880 kilometers) east-southeast of Cape Fear in North Carolina.
The hurricane, which climbed from category 3 to 4 in a short period of time, moves westward with a speed of 13 miles per hour (20 km / h).
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