Hurricane Lee Growing Larger Before Expected Northward Turn: Latest Projected Landfall Timing Hurricane Lee Growing Larger Before Expected Northward Turn: Latest Projected Landfall Timing
Hurricane Lee Growing Larger Before Expected Northward Turn: Latest Projected Landfall Timing Hurricane Lee is growing in size before it is expected to take a sharp northerly turn by midweek. Click here for a new, updated story: Hurricane Lee Track Shift Poses Increased Threat For Northeast, Possible New England Landfall As of around 11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12, Lee is located about 550 miles south of Bermuda with 115 mile-per-hour winds. A Category 3 storm on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale, it's moving northwest at 6 miles per hour, the National Hurricane Center said. Hurricane-force winds now extend 90 miles from Lee’s center, an increase from the weekend. Some slowing…
More Gusty Storms On Way Before Unsettled Weather Pattern Finally Ends: Here's Timing More Gusty Storms On Way Before Unsettled Weather Pattern Finally Ends: Here's Timing
More Gusty Storms On Way Before Unsettled Weather Pattern Finally Ends: Here's Timing It's not over yet, but relief is coming. More potentially spotty, gusty thunderstorms are again on tap for the fourth straight day on Monday, Sept. 11 as a slow-moving frontal system maintains its hold on the region. It will be mostly cloudy throughout the day with a high temperature in the upper 70s. The timing for scattered to numerous showers is in the afternoon and evening, according to the National Weather Service. "What is left of a stalled boundary that has been parked over much of the region will linger through at least Monday," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Matt Benz …
Hurricane Lee Restrengthens: New Models Predict Timing, Expected Site Of Landfall Hurricane Lee Restrengthens: New Models Predict Timing, Expected Site Of Landfall
Hurricane Lee Restrengthens: New Models Predict Timing, Expected Site Of Landfall Hurricane Lee has restrengthened as it is just days away from affecting a massive stretch of coastline along the East Coast. Click here for the latest update - Here Comes Hurricane Lee: Watches, Advisories Stretch From NY Through New England As of early Monday morning, Sept. 11, Lee is located 340 miles north of the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean with 120 mile-per-hour winds. Now a Category 3 storm, it's moving northwest at 7 miles per hour, the National Hurricane Center said. It could briefly return to Category 4 status Tuesday morning, Sept. 12 before returning to Category 2 sta…
New Severe Weather Threat: Here's Timing For More Storms With Flooding Downpours, Strong Winds New Severe Weather Threat: Here's Timing For More Storms With Flooding Downpours, Strong Winds
New Severe Weather Threat: Here's Timing For More Storms With Flooding Downpours, Strong Winds More potentially severe scattered thunderstorms are once again expected to sweep through the region for the second half of the weekend after previous activity resulted in downed trees and thousands of power outages the previous three days. The next window for storm activity is in the afternoon and evening on Sunday, Sept. 10.  "Slow-moving showers and thunderstorms along a stalled frontal boundary could produce locally heavy downpours this afternoon and evening," the National Weather Service said in a Hazardous Weather Statement issued early Sunday morning. The mai…
Hurricane Lee's Risk To East Coast Rises: New Week-Long Projected Track Hurricane Lee's Risk To East Coast Rises: New Week-Long Projected Track
Hurricane Lee's Risk To East Coast Rises: New Week-Long Projected Track A new week-long projected track for Monster Hurricane Lee has been released as forecasters are now saying its risk to the East Coast has increased. Click here for a new, updated story: Hurricane Lee Restrengthens: New Models Predict Timing, Expected Site Of Landfall "Hurricane Lee will remain a powerful storm after undergoing rapid intensification," according to a report by AccuWeather.com on Saturday, Sept. 8. "As Lee turns northward next week dangerous surf will develop along the East Coast while the risk for direct impact rises in New England." For a look at Lee's projected path …
New Rounds Of Storms With Strong Winds, Drenching Downpours Could Cause More Power Outages New Rounds Of Storms With Strong Winds, Drenching Downpours Could Cause More Power Outages
New Rounds Of Storms With Strong Winds, Drenching Downpours Could Cause More Power Outages More potentially severe scattered thunderstorms are expected to sweep through the region this weekend after previous activity resulted in downed trees and thousands of power outages the previous two days. The next window for storm activity is in the afternoon and evening on Saturday, Sept. 9.  The main threat will be damaging winds, with additional threats for isolated large hail and flash flooding triggered by drenching downpours, according to the National Weather Service. Humid conditions will linger Saturday, but it won't be as hot as it has been the last several days, with a …