Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Hurricane Wilma heads north

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Earlier today, at The Moderate Voice, I wrote about how Wilma smashed through Florida. Now, Wilma is racing up the Atlantic coast towards New England and the Maritimes.


















Check out the latest update at StormTrack: "Surface pressures of the Mid-Atlantic are dropping steadily as Hurricane Wilma continues to gain strength. The latest advisory lists Wilma as a strong Category 3 hurricane with sustained winds of 125 mph and a central pressure of 959 mb. Wilma is racing northeast at 47 mph. That is very very very fast for a hurricane."

















Here's what to expect: "Wilma's effects are already being felt well up into New England. [Tuesday] will bring near hurricane force winds and several inches of rain and snow to the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic."

It could have been a lot worse, to be sure, but stay tuned for regular updates.

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