Irma at Category 5?
PrimeHunter last edited by
For whatever reason. Most weather stations usually caps Irma at 115 mph to 130 mph when it reaches my home, which is the Bahamas. When I see Windy. The gusts are over 160 mph+.
I guess by the time it reaches here. It could be a Cat 5. Who knows, all I'm thinking is that swirling mass of rain and thunder.
CanitoCool last edited by
I am at Puerto Rico and we are having a hard time with the predictions, but hopefully the Hurricane Hunter Airplane is now on the move by today at 5am, so we will have a better understanding on the behavior of this huge hurricane. Hope it move NNW as soon as possible, because it has been moving SSW, making the hurricane closer than ever to my island.
Gkikas LGPZ Moderator last edited by
hydn last edited by
@meteo-GR Thank you!!!
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