A brand new tropical melancholy has fashioned within the Atlantic Ocean, as forecasters count on that the system will turn into a “powerful hurricane” later this week and presumably impression the East Coast.
Tropical Depression 13 has developed within the central Atlantic Ocean, and meteorologists on Tuesday mentioned it should strengthen right into a tropical storm after which Hurricane Lee.
The East Coast, together with the Caribbean and Bermuda, might be threatened by the foremost hurricane.
“Tropical Depression 13 forms in the Central Atlantic, forecast to become a powerful hurricane by the end of the week,” the National Hurricane Center posted on Tuesday.
“The depression is forecast to become a major hurricane by this weekend and could bring impacts to the Leeward Islands by that time,” the forecasters added. “While it is too soon to determine the location and magnitude of these possible impacts, interests in this area should monitor the progress of the depression and updates to the forecast.”
The surroundings across the melancholy seems to be ripe for strengthening. The system ought to be transferring over record-warm waters, and because of this, it ought to rapidly intensify.
AccuWeather forecasters are already placing the East Coast, Caribbean, Bermuda and Atlantic Canada on alert. The meteorologists predict that Hurricane Lee will turn into an intense Category 4 hurricane.
“This is a system we have been concerned about since late last week, as conditions are ripe for it to develop into a major hurricane and threaten the northern Caribbean, Bermuda and then perhaps even the East Coast of the United States or Atlantic Canada,” mentioned AccuWeather Chief Meteorologist Jonathan Porter.
“By next Tuesday, the intense hurricane can be located hundreds of miles off the U.S. East Coast, in a very precarious position for potential impacts across parts of the U.S. East Coast, Bermuda or Atlantic Canada,” Porter added. “A small change in the overall steering pattern over the Eastern part of North America or the Atlantic Ocean can have major impacts on the future track of the intense hurricane.”
Meteorologists are urging residents to proceed to verify the hurricane’s forecast over the following week.