Storm Earl Threatens U.S. East Coast – Dofollow Seo Backlink

Earl storm that led to the U.S. east coast, Tuesday, will likely hit the densely populated coastal areas from North Carolina to New England, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said. The weather forecasters predict the core axis of the category four storm will remain offshore as the storm moved parallel to the beach Earl during the weekend before Labor Day generally marks the end of summer.

A notice released to the storm most of the coastline of North Carolina, and officials warned that any deviation to the west of the forecast track could prompt evacuation of coastal areas or even bring the storm ashore.

“The shift of 100 miles (160km) from the direction of the storm can generate different impact,” said National Hurricane Center Director Bill Read during a teleconference with reporters. “Even a small shift to the West may have an impact on the coastline of the mid North Atlantic.”

Storm prediction, issued hurricane center in Miami warned people that the storm conditions, with wind speeds of 119 km / h, may occur within the next 48 hours. These include the North Carolina coastline from Surf City to the border with Virginia, including Pamlico and Albermale Sounds.

Hurricane Earl, which is the second largest storm in the 2010 Atlantic season, has shifted from west to west in the Atlantic Ocean, Tuesday. At eight o’clock that night, the storm was centered in the range of 835 miles (1.545km) south to the southeast Gulf of Hatteras, North Carolina.

Earl is expected to break through the barrier islands on the Outer Banks, North Carolina on Thursday night with heavy rain, pounding surf and high winds to the Atlantic coast from North Carolina to New England and Atlantic Canada.

Evacuations have been ordered, or expected to be on Wednesday, for the most vulnerable spots on the outer edge, including the Cape Lookout National Seashore and Ocracoke Island, which has a population of around 800 people throughout the year and only accessible by boat.


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