Latest information and route – Telemundo Miami (51)

MIAMI, Florida – Subtropical Storm Nicole, which formed Monday in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, will increase in strength Tuesday night through Wednesday and may approach the east coast of Florida Wednesday night.

according to Tuesday Bulletin 1 a.m. ET According to the National Hurricane Center, the system was located 415 miles east-northeast of the Bahamas.

The hurricane had maximum sustained winds of 45 mph, and was moving in a northwesterly direction at 7 mph.

South Florida is still in the cone track of the system, although before reaching the state, the storm was passing over the Bahamas.

Notifications and monitoring in force

Hurricane Warning

  • Northwest Bahamas, including the islands of Abacus, Berry, Bimini, and the island of Grand Bahama

Tropical Storm Warning

  • Andros Islands, New Providence and Eleuthera
  • From Hallandale Beach to Altamaha Sound
  • Lake Okeechobee

Storm Surge Warning

  • North Palm Beach to Altamaha Sound
  • St John’s River Estuary to Georgetown

watch hurricane

  • East Coast of Florida from Volusia County and Brevard Line to Hallandale Beach
  • Lake Okeechobee

Watch the storm

  • North Palm Beach to Hallandale Beach

Watch Tropical Storm

  • Hallandale Beach, North Coral Ocean

The future projection of Storm Nicole

Nicole is expected to start turning west or between west and southwest on Tuesday and that movement should continue into early Thursday morning.

Eye of Nicole will approach the northwest of the Bahamas on Tuesday, and will move through Wednesday near or over those islands. And approaching Wednesday evening from the east coast of Florida.

A slight rise is expected tonight or Tuesday, with a faster rate of strength expected Tuesday night. Nicole will be near hurricane intensity on Wednesday as it moves near or over the northwest Bahamas.

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Hurricane in November in Florida, something unusual

November is the last month of hurricane season, and tropical activity usually begins to taper off. However, the 2022 hurricane season has been postponed and nearly all of the impacting storms in the Atlantic this year have formed after August.

Florida has been exposed to tropical systems nine times in November over the past 170 years, a drop of about 5% in any given year.

Seven of those nine were from the Western Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. This makes this week’s development system, if consolidated and hit Florida, very rare.

At the moment, forecasts indicate that the frequency and intensity of rain will increase as the middle of the week approaches. It will become increasingly stormy, with dangerous marine conditions and a high risk of rip currents.

According to analysis by meteorologist John MoralesWinds and waves will combine with the full moon and rising sea levels, causing major coastal flooding. Communities like Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach, Miami Shores, and neighborhoods near Biscayne Boulevard including Edgewater, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables and Florida Keys should prepare for flooding.

Flooding continues in Volusia County. In the Deltona area, residents also complain that they haven’t come to pick up much of the rubble.

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