Hurricane Paulette is expected to weaken
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Update 16th September 11.00 a.m. UTC
Hurricane Paulette which is currently a hurricane category 2 is located near 41.9.N 49.1W. Paulette is moving toward the east-northeast near 46 km/h (25 knots). This motion is expected on Thursday. Then it is forecasted to slow down and turn toward the south-southeast and south late Thursday and Friday.
Maximum sustained winds are 155 km/h (84 knots) with higher gusts.
Even though weakening is expected, Paulette is forecasted to become a powerful extratropical cyclone later today.
Atlantic Canada, Bermuda, the Bahamas, and portions of the east coast of the United States will be affected by swells which can cause life-threatening surf and rip current conditions.
Update 14th September 3.00 p.m. UTC
Hurricane Paulette, currently located at 32.9N 64.7W, is moving toward the north-northwest near 19 km/h (10 knots). In the afternoon, local time, it is expected to turn toward the north.
Maximum sustained winds are near 155 km/h (84 knots) with higher gusts. The system will strengthen as it will move away from Bermuda tonight through Tuesday.
Hurricane conditions will return to Bermuda as Paulette moves away, affecting Bermuda Island with strong winds, storm surge, and very heavy rainfall.
Swells are affecting portions of the Leeward Islands, the Greater Antilles, the Bahamas, Bermuda, and the east coast of the United States.
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Hello Petra, good work
Girl, I live Bermuda and it wasn't even half as bad as people thought