Si è formata una tempesta tropicale con caratteristiche tali da poter diventare un uragano a partire dalla prima settimana di Settembre 2020. Successivamente l’uragano è stato denominato Teddy.
22.09.2020 – 23:00 – Aggiornamento
Teddy has increased to a category 2 hurricane with 105 mph, about 350 south of Halifax, Nova Scotia. The storm is forecast to weaken to a tropical storm before landfall in Canada. More info: https://t.co/ax1Xtg0pap pic.twitter.com/ZeuOaxDH6G
— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) September 22, 2020
17.09.2020 – 23:00 – Aggiornamento
#Teddy is now a Category 4 #hurricane with maximum winds of 140 mph – the second Cat. 4 hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season to date (Laura was the other). Most recent Atlantic season with 2+ Cat. 4-5s by September 17 is 2017 (Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria). pic.twitter.com/12HYfWtCFB
— Philip Klotzbach (@philklotzbach) September 17, 2020
#TEDDY has rapidly intensified into a powerful Category 4 hurricane.
Interests in #Bermuda should closely monitor the progress of Teddy, as impacts are likely to felt early next week. A direct strike from Teddy on the heels of #Paulette can’t be ruled out. ⚠️#TropicalUpdate 🌀 pic.twitter.com/hubyJzENt9
— Dylan Federico (@DylanFedericoWX) September 17, 2020
17.09.2020 – 18:00 – Aggiornamento. L’uragano adesso è di categoria 4
11 AM AST Hurricane #Teddy key messages. #Teddy has strengthened into a major hurricane, and interests in Bermuda should monitor forecast updates as the risk of impacts is increasing. More: https://t.co/tW4KeFW0gB pic.twitter.com/ke6McJhPb8
— National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) September 17, 2020
14.09.2020 – 16:00 – Situazione aggiornata
No, your eyes are not deceiving you. You are seeing, count ‘em, FIVE different Tropical Cyclones in the Atlantic at the same time. This is something that has only happened one other time in recorded history! #Sally #Paulette #Rene #Teddy #TD21 (could be #Vicky later today) pic.twitter.com/meUY0BKAxy
— Alex Wallace (@TWCAlexWallace) September 14, 2020