September 09, 2005

Five-day track on Hurricane Maria puts it near ICELAND!

The five-day track from the National Hurricane Center of Tropical Storm Maria, which is presently in the central Atlantic Ocean and no threat to North America, puts the storm -- still as a tropical system -- near Iceland by Tuesday morning, as shown below.

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Posted by mhking at September 9, 2005 02:55 PM | TrackBack

It won't technically be a tropical storm when it hits Iceland. It will still likely have tropical-storm-force winds, but inside of 12 hours, it should lose its tropical characteristics.

Still, that is a Just Damn storm.

Posted by: steveegg at September 9, 2005 11:04 PM

Could the water that far North still be warm enough to support a hurricane?

Posted by: GSEDDB at September 11, 2005 09:44 PM
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