Updated Trends: Hurricane Danielle Weakens Its Storm System, Moves Away From Bermuda
Some news of relief for the people on the Atlantic coast, the Hurricane Danielle has weakened its storm system and has turned in a category 2 hurricane. It was previously a category 4 hurricane and was looking very dangerous for the coast. The Hurricane National Center has stated that the storm system will begin to weaken from Sunday onwards.
Danielle has left its current path of moving north and now is moving east towards the Islands in the Atlantic. Danielle has sustained wind speeds of 175 kmph. Danielle was second hurricane in the Atlantic this season, and was looking very strong, owing to the systems development recently.
Danielle was Category 4 hurricane on Friday, and now its lost most of its steam from the storm system. As a category 2 storm it is still losing its steam and will be on the path of disintegrating by Sunday. Earl on the other hand is looking to pick some heat from the ocean as it has sustained speeds of 95 kmph and is located far away into the Atlantic, some 1410 km north to the Leeward Islands.
Source: Associated Press