Subtropical Storm Nicole Formation Targets Florida

Subtropical storm Nicole formed near the Bahamas on Monday morning. Long-term, dangerous weather is expected this week in northwestern Florida’s Bahamas and southeastern coasts of the United States, according to the National Hurricane Center. It was miles away and the maximum sustained wind was 45 mph. Nicole was moving north-northwest at 14 miles per hour. WESH 2 meteorologists say the latest satellite imagery shows Nicole gradually ascending north, and as it rises north, it will find lower wind shear, warm water and the perfect environment for development. Putting the GFS and Euro models side-by-side, both are looking to develop the Invest 98. Euro remains a tropical storm, but GFS turns it into a hurricane and lands somewhere near Palm Beach or the Treasure Coast. A newer model shows the storm cutting west across the peninsula and then creating a sharp northeast path across the peninsula again. The period of impact appears to be Wednesday-Friday. Our beach can still see rough waves and beach erosion, but conditions are expected to improve by Friday afternoon. Since Hurricane Ian, many sand dunes have been washed away and breakwaters have been severely damaged. Advisories and Warnings in effect Summary: Tropical Storm advisories are in effect for the following areas…* The Northwest Bahamas Tropical Storm advisories are for monitored areas, typically Florida within 48 hours. Interest in the central Bahamas and southeastern US coast should monitor Nicole’s progress. You will need an additional watch later today. RELATED: Tropical disturbances bring harsh weather to hurricane-affected Florida’s central coast Officials in Volusia County issued a warning Thursday that storms could threaten the coastline. Residents of the coast said they should keep an eye on the chaos and begin preparing immediately. County officials said potential storm impacts include strong rip currents, high waves, and breaking waves up to 12 feet long. Emergency Management Director Jim Judge said the coast was already so damaged and eroded by Hurricane Ian that “this new system is heading towards us and threatens its assets with more erosion.” Volusia County officials also told residents and visitors this They have been urged not to be on the beach from the weekend until the beginning of next week. Find out what to do when a hurricane warning is issued WESH 2 News, WESH.com, or NOAA Weather Radio for storm updates. Be prepared to bring inside lawn furniture, outdoor décor or ornaments, trash cans, hanging plants, and anything else the wind can pick up. Understand hurricane prediction models and cones. Ready to cover. All windows in the house. If no shutters are installed, use pre-cut plywood. Check your battery and stock up on canned food, first aid, drinking water and medicine. The WESH 2 First Warning Weather Team recommends having these items ready before the storm arrives. Bottled water: 1 gallon of water per person per day Canned beans, chili, etc., and a can opener that does not open the soup lid easily Assemble a first-aid kit 2 weeks’ worth of prescription drugs, formula, diapers, etc. Necessary items for infants and toddlers Flashlights and battery batteries -Operating weather What to do when a radio hurricane warning is issued Get advice from local officials. If you are advised to evacuate, leave. Complete preparatory activities. If you are not advised to evacuate, stay indoors and away from windows. Beware of tornadoes Tornadoes can occur during and after hurricanes. Stay in the middle of the house, in a bathroom without a closet or window. How Your Smartphone Can Help You During a Hurricane Your smartphone can be your best friend when a hurricane hits. A tool that guides you through the approach, arrival and aftermath of storms. Download the WESH 2 News App for iOS | Enable Android Emergency Notification — If you have an iPhone, select Settings and then go to Notifications. Find the government alert there and activate the emergency alert. Click “Severe Weather Alert” in the settings menu. Choose from the most severe, moderately severe or all alerts from the menu. Pet and Animal Safety Your pets should be part of your family plan. If you need to evacuate, the most important thing you can do to protect your pet is to evacuate the animal as well. Even if you create a safe space, leaving pets unattended can result in injury or death. Check with nearby hotels and motels to see if they are bringing pets. Whether they can protect your animals. Orlando, Florida — Subtropical Storm Nicole formed near the Bahamas on Monday morning. According to the National Hurricane Center, prolonged, dangerous weather is expected this week on the northwestern Bahamas of Florida and the southeastern coast of the United States. Just before 5 a.m., the storm was about 555 miles east of the northwest Bahamas with a maximum sustained wind of 45 miles per hour. Nicole was moving north-northwest at 14 miles per hour. WESH 2 meteorologists say the latest satellite imagery shows Nicole gradually ascending north, and as it rises north, it will find lower wind shear, warm water and the perfect environment for development. Putting the GFS and Euro models side-by-side, both are looking to develop the Invest 98. Euro remains a tropical storm, but GFS turns it into a hurricane and lands somewhere near Palm Beach or the Treasure Coast. A newer model shows the storm cutting west across the peninsula and then creating a sharp northeast path across the peninsula again. The period of impact appears to be Wednesday-Friday. Our beach can still see rough waves and beach erosion, but conditions are expected to improve by Friday afternoon. This content is taken from Twitter. You can find the same content in different formats or find more information on our website. Just: Subtropical Storm Nicole has formed in the Atlantic Ocean. It is expected to strengthen as it moves to Florida. The latest path is: pic.twitter.com/P9lgpJkUys— Kellianne Klass WESH (@ellianneWX) November 7, 2022 This content was taken from Twitter. You can find the same content in different formats or find more information on our website. This content is taken from Twitter. You can find the same content in different formats or find more information on our website. The potential for damage from large waves along the coast continues to grow. We will be observing the tropics for development in the next few days. Let’s take a closer look at what’s coming up on @WESH 2 News at 6pm! pic.twitter.com/ffdmgxt6J— Alex Alecci (@AlexAlecciWESH) There is growing concern about a very important event at the beach on November 6, 2022. Since Hurricane Ian, many sand dunes have been washed away and breakwaters have been severely damaged. Advisories and Warnings in effect Summary: Tropical Storm advisories are in effect for the following areas…* The Northwest Bahamas Tropical Storm advisories are for monitored areas, typically Florida within 48 hours. Interest in the central Bahamas and southeastern US coast should monitor Nicole’s progress. You will need an additional watch later today. RELATED: Tropical disturbances bring harsh weather to hurricane-affected Florida’s central coast Officials in Volusia County issued a warning Thursday that storms could threaten the coastline. Residents of the coast said they should keep an eye on the chaos and begin preparing immediately. County officials said potential storm impacts include strong rip currents, high waves, and breaking waves up to 12 feet long. Emergency Management Director Jim Judge said the coast was already so damaged and eroded by Hurricane Ian that “this new system is heading towards us and threatening its property with more erosion.” Volusia County officials have also urged residents and visitors to stay off the beach from this weekend through early next week. Know what to do when a hurricane warning is issued and listen to WESH 2 News, WESH.com or NOAA Weather Radio for storm updates. Be prepared to bring lawn furniture, outdoor décor or ornaments, trash cans, hanging plants and anything else. What the Wind Can Blow Understanding Hurricane Forecast Models and Cones Prepare to cover all the windows in your home. If no shutters are installed, use pre-cut plywood. Check your battery and stock up on canned food, first aid, drinking water and medicine. The WESH 2 First Warning Weather Team recommends having these items ready before the storm arrives. Bottled water: 1 gallon of water per person per day Canned beans, chili, etc., and a can opener that does not open the soup lid easily Assemble a first-aid kit 2 weeks’ worth of prescription drugs, formula, diapers, etc. Necessary items for infants and toddlers Flashlights and battery batteries -Operating weather What to do when a radio hurricane warning is issued Get advice from local officials. If you are advised to evacuate, leave. Complete preparatory activities. If you are not advised to evacuate, stay indoors and away from windows. Beware of tornadoes Tornadoes can occur during and after hurricanes. Stay in the middle of the house, in a bathroom without a closet or window. How Your Smartphone Can Help You During a Hurricane Your smartphone can be your best friend when a hurricane hits. A tool that guides you through the approach, arrival and aftermath of storms. Download the WESH 2 News App for iOS | Enable Android Emergency Notification — If you have an iPhone, select Settings and then go to Notifications. Find the government alert there and activate the emergency alert. Click “Severe Weather Alert” in the settings menu. Choose from the most severe, moderately severe, or all warnings from the menu. Pet and Animal Safety Your pets should be part of your family plan. If you need to evacuate, the most important thing you can do to protect your pets is to evacuate them as well. Even if you create a safe space, leaving pets unattended can result in injury or death. Check with nearby hotels and motels to see if they are bringing pets. Whether they can protect your animals.


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