Karl Still Struggling – Could Impact Bermuda This Weekend

   Posted by Levi at 12:20pm on September 20, 2016

Tropical Storm Karl continues to struggle due to wind shear and dry air this morning. This is likely to continue hindering significant strengthening of Karl until Thursday or Friday, when wind shear should lessen. By this time, Karl will be making a turn northward and then northeastward just to the south of Bermuda, and is expected to strengthen into a hurricane during that time. The track forecast is currently southeast of Bermuda, and although the track forecast has high confidence, Karl will not be in Bermuda’s vicinity for 4 days, and thus it is not yet clear the extent to which Karl may impact the island.


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  • rparthiban729 says:

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