Subtropical Storm Nicole can become a hurricane when it approaches the Florida coast. Faced with such a situation, the state governor, Ron DeSantis, issued emergency declarations for 34 counties, including Broward and Miami Dade. Interrupts are also included. Hillsborough s Pascoand hit hard by Hurricane Ian last September.
The Subtropical Storm Nicole Northeast has formed Bahamasand part of South Florida Now in the forecast cone. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) reported that Nicole is expected to bring an extended period of dangerous weather to the northwest Bahamas, Florida and the southeast coast of the United States. United State this week.
Predictions show that everything Broward The most county Miami County – Daddy On the way to Nicole. The storm is moving toward the northwest near 9 mph (15 kph). On the forecast track, Nicole’s center will approach the northwest Bahamas on Tuesday, move near or over those islands on Wednesday, and approach the east coast of Florida on Wednesday evening. In its 2:00 p.m. bulletin, the NHC forecast a gradual increase in the storm, which could become a hurricane or approach strength on Wednesday. Wind gusts can be felt Tuesday along Florida’s east coast.
All indications are that Nicole will be a major storm, and regardless of its exact course, the effects are widespread from an extended period of coastal flooding, tropical storm winds, torrential rain, intense surf and rip currents, and beach erosion along much of the southeastern United States coast. , the east coast of Florida, and parts of the northwest and central Bahamas for most of the next week.
It is important to remember this hurricane season It won’t end until November 30th, but until then the possibility of an out-of-season hurricane cannot be ruled out. Right now, everything in South Florida is going smoothly. The main thing is to stay informed about Nicole’s progress and how she can change your plans.