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Tropical Storm Maria – Day 11

Tropical Storm MariaPosition: 34.9N 72.9W [10PM CDT 0300 UTC].
Movement: North [005°] near 7 mph [11 kph].
Maximum sustained winds: 70 mph [110 kph].
Wind Gusts: 90 mph [145 kph].
Tropical Storm Wind Radius: 230 miles [370 km].
Minimum central pressure: 975 mb.

Currently about 150 miles [ 240 km] East of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.

A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for the coast of North Carolina from from Bogue Inlet to the North Carolina/Virginia border, including the Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds.

A Storm Surge Warning is in effect for the coast of North Carolina from from Ocracoke Inlet to Cape Hatteras.

A Storm Surge Watch is in effect for the coast of North Carolina from Cape Lookout to west of Ocracoke Inlet and north of Cape Hatteras to Duck.

Here’s the link for NOAA’s latest satellite images.

[For the latest information click on the storm symbol, or go to the CATEGORIES drop-down box below the CALENDAR and select “Hurricanes” for all of the posts related to storms on this site.]

2 comments

1 Steve Bates { 09.26.17 at 12:18 pm }

I own a book titled something like The Amendment that Would Not Die, referring of course to the Fourteenth Amendment, which survived numerous assassination attempts in Congress and a few rewrites, only to become a mainstay source of civil liberties and civil rights protections. I am beginning to view Hurricane Maria (2017) as occupying a similar status among recent hurricanes. Not that Maria protects anything, but it is a survivor…

2 Bryan { 09.26.17 at 2:20 pm }

Lee has been around a bit longer, but took a few days of ‘comp’ time in the middle. Bloody Jose hung aroung for almost three weeks. It’s getting absurd.

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