Hermine Likely to Become Hurricane
Forecasters are saying Hermine will likely make landfall as a hurricane.
TAMPA BAY – The National Weather Service is predicting that Tropical Storm Hermine will become Hurricane Hermine before it makes landfall.
In a report issued about 11:30 p.m. Wednesday (Aug. 31), the National Weather Service was predicting the storm would drift north-northeast overnight and will reach the north Florida coastline this afternoon or evening. A tropical storm warning and hurricane watch remained in effect for coastal areas from the Anclote River north through the Suwanee River. A 6 a.m. update said that the storm is strengthening as it moves toward the panhandle and is likely to be at hurricane strength before it makes landfall tonight.
For information from the National Weather Service, go to noaa.gov.
Map is courtesy of the National Weather Service.
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