source: Tropical storm danielle 2010
A great Tropical storm is approaching along the Eastern Atlantic Ocean. The storm is a very strong tropical one and is known as Danielle. The National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida has predicted that this tropical storm will become a big hurricane in the coming 48 hours. People staying along the Gulf of Mexico and East Coast must take some guard to keep themselves safe from any damage, if any caused by the storm.
It is expected that towards this weekend, the storm will taking the path of east of Bermuda island. All the computers following the storm are showing the curve that the tropical storm is going towards north. The storm is supposed to be moving 1500 miles away from the United States and hence will not create any damage to the land masses. Though these are all predictions, experts are of the opinion that these tropical storms can change their course of travel at any time. So, people staying in the areas which get affected must keep a regular watch on the movement of the tropical storm.
The tropical storm has become strong in the last few hours and it is moving at a fantastic speed of 100 kilometers per hour and if this continues, can easily become a hurricane very soon. A tropical storm gets converted into a hurricane when the movement of the wind crosses the speed of 119 kilometers per hour. TROPICAL UPDATE TROPICAL STORM DANIELLE AUGUST 23 2010
The eye of this tropical storm named Danielle has been found to be near the latitude of 15.1 degrees north and a longitude of 39.4 degrees west. This fast moving dangerous storm is now moving towards west and northwest. Experts are of the opinion that it may turn fully towards northwest from next Wednesday and can become a threat to any territory.
Every year, the hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean starts from June 1 and continues till November 30. Four tropical storms have been formed so far and this includes the present one named Danielle. Forecasters have predicted that there will be around six hurricanes this year of massive intensity with a wind blowing at an average speed of 177 mph.
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