Tropical Storm Nicole to Threaten Bermuda on Thursday

   Posted by Levi at 2:42pm on October 11, 2016

Tropical Storm Nicole is currently moving very slowly with winds of 60 mph. The storm is expected to begin moving northward into a region of warmer water and lower shear during the next day or two, and some strengthening is expected. Nicole is expected to be a hurricane and pass very close to Bermuda on Thursday. A hurricane watch and a tropical storm warning are in effect for the island.


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  • Harrycane says:

    Hi Levi, Thank you again for your observations on Nichol. Is this the last of this storm once passing Burmuda? or can it hit other land masses? Also, your coverage of Matthew was spot on in all respects.Dave

  • Levi says:

    Hey Dave – after passing Bermuda, Nicole will become extratropical in a few days and move out into the North Atlantic, thus not a tropical threat to any other land areas. Of course, it could become a powerful nontropical system and go on to affect the North Atlantic in the longer range.

  • Suzanne Lombardo says:

    Levi, what’s in store for 10/27? I hear there is another potential storm on the way….I’d love to hear your insights.

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