Updated Trends: Hurricane Earl Gets Stronger, Shows Direct Threat To The Caribbean
Strong developments in the Hurricane Earl storm system, as it has gained strong steam from the ocean and is showing direct threat to the Caribbean islands. It is showing dangerous signs in the Caribbean and has been forecasted that it will be forming into a very strong storm system in the next 24 hours.
Earl had sustained wind speeds of 105 mph, and was a category 2 hurricane, since then there are strong developments in the storm system. Hurricane conditions are visible in the Northern Leeward islands and is now moving towards the Virgin Islands. The US National Hurricane Center has stated that the Earl will be a very big storm by the night of Monday or on the early hours of the morning on Tuesday.
Hurricane conditions can also sprawl into the US Territory of Puerto Rico by Monday, and could be active by the evening. Warnings from the Hurricane Center stated that there could be a storm surge, high waves, heavy rain which could possibly bring in mudslides in the region and also flash flooding.