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The Weather Authority’s forecast philosophy remains unchanged: Irma will continue on a path right up the western side of the state, with its track bending slightly to the northwest as it approaches northern Florida. Monday The RPM also gives us projections of the storm’s wind field. The light blue color is tropical storm to Category 1 (39-73 mph) force winds, and the cyan shade represents Category 1 to Category 2 winds (74-96 mph): 4 a.m. Even more important is the wind direction: Those strong winds are blowing toward the coast, which means that water will be pushed inland.An in-house RPM model has now incorporated the data from Sunday evening’s critically important 8 p.m. This storm surge will cause significant flooding in coastal locations of northeast Florida into southeast Georgia.
Conditions in northeast Florida/southeast Georgia will continue to deteriorate through Sunday night into early Monday.
Major Hurricane Tracks: 1930-1939 Source: Earlier Sunday: The Category 4 strike on the Keys, following Hurricane Harvey's landfall on the Texas coast as a Category 4 storm, makes this the first year in recorded history in which two Category 4 storms hit the United States.
Here are some peak wind gusts reported thus far around the state: Earlier Sunday, the National Weather Service in Key West reported a 10-foot storm surge on Cudjoe Key, with inland water levels reaching 10-14 feet.
So the National Hurricane Center’s official 11 p.m.
update keeps Irma at Category 2 status, with 100 mph wind. Despite the slow weakening, this is still a very dangerous storm that will have a significant impact on The Sunshine State.
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