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Hermine: In Florida can cause landfall

Gulf Coast in Florida was bracing Thursday due to suspected hit of a tropical storm called Hermine, Which can cause landfall like a hurricane.


Hermine will take storm away after the landfall. As hurricane in Florida and will move up to Georgia and South Carolina. According to National Hurricane Center, track of Hermine was toward west on Wednesday afternoon.

They warned about hurricane in Florida, in between the areas of Florida’s Big Bend i.e. from Suwanee River to Mexico Beach.

On the other hand, warning of tropical storm is issued for extended area of Marin-eland, north to south sides of San tee River in South Carolina and Florida.


Hermine is expected to be a hurricane that could cause landfall in Florida between time of Thursday night and Friday morning. Hermine’s winds sustained were about 65 meter per hour. It was raised to 100 kilometer per hour on previous morning of Thursday.

So, Hermine was located on 235 miles in southwest of Tampa which is area of Florida at 8 a.m. On Thursday it was moving with the speed of 12 meter per hour to the north-northeast.

Hermine disturbed residential areas. They will evacuate Lower areas of Florida till Thursday. So, departments issued evacuation notice, which was mandatory, for folks living on St. George Island, Alligator point, Dog Island and Bald point.

Moreover, they asked to evacuate lower areas which can suffer flood. Area of Big Bend in Florida has a marshy area along the land of coast. It extends from east Apalachicola river in Panhandle to the Cedar Key areas , which belong to west of Gainesville. These areas are rural areas with no large communities and some smaller cities.


Hermine comes with heavy rain on Friday in South Carolina. So, they will play football matches in many schools on Thursday night. Storm can cause a rain of 4 to 8 inches. In Charleston County Officials are advising natives to stay at home on Friday. Because, Hermine’s storm could cause flood in high tide even in sunny days.

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