Irma Remains At A Category Five

Yes, it is still hurricane season. Right now there is a category five hurricane that goes by the name Hurricane Irma on its way to south Florida. The people of Florida are preparing for a devastating blow by Hurricane Irma.

Hurricane Irma has already left many damages to parts of the Bahamas, Turks, and Caicos. Weather experts say that by early next Hurricane Irma could by hitting South Carolina as well.

All the meanwhile another pair of hurricane storms are intensifying off from the southwest Gulf of Mexico. Recent reports of Hurricane Jose says the storm could hit some of the small islands. The islands include those just northeast of the Lesser Antilles. The recent storm definitely left the island a wreck. Jose is also going to the small islands of Barbuda and Antigua in the mid-next week.

Hurricane Irma Is Making A Name For Herself

The United States National Hurricane Center issued hurricane watches for the Florida peninsula from the Jupiter southward. Also, Bonita Beach on the morning of Thursday, September 7th, 2017. Officials had to issue storm warning because the storm is pushing its way closer to the United States mainland of Florida.

The National Hurricane Center of the United States said on Thursday morning that the threat of the storm continues to increase. Once Irma was in close lotion to Haiti, Caicos, the Bahamas, the Turks Islands, and the Dominican Republic there was instant hurricane warnings.

The current hurricane’s winds are at a maximum of one-hundred seventy-five miles per hour keeping this storm at a category five. Storm Irma has steered clear of significant areas of land which would weaken the storm. Therefore, it is only getting stronger. The United States National Hurricane Center is predicting that the storm will continue to be a category five hurricanes once it finally hits Florida soon.