“Idalia” hits Florida – the supermoon:

“Idalia” hits Florida – the supermoon:

NEW YORK (Dagbladet): Storm Idalia is blowing toward Florida’s Gulf Coast. The hurricane is expected to make landfall in the Big Bend area.

– “Edalia” will have a disastrous effect through floods and torrents. Residents in these areas must follow all advice and evacuation orders issued by the local authorities National Hurricane Center In update at midnight Norwegian time.

And last night, “Idalia” strengthened into a category two hurricane with winds of 160 kilometers per hour. However, it is expected to strengthen to a Category 3 hurricane with winds of up to 120 mph when it hits the northwest coast of Florida around 6 a.m. local time – about 12 noon NST.

– very dangerous

Super Moon

The supermoon could also contribute to making the flood situation so bad.

A supermoon is the coincidence that occurs when the full moon is at the same time at the smallest distance between Earth and the moon in the moon’s elliptical orbit.

Idalia will likely lead to a violent storm along the coast, and the supermoon will intensify that. According to the National Hurricane Center, the water level could rise by up to 4.6 metres.

– I would say the timing is really bad for this moon, says meteorologist Brian Haynes of the National Weather Service in South Carolina. ap.

According to the warnings, severe weather will move from southwest and northeast Florida. It is expected to hit the coasts of Georgia and North Carolina on Thursday and Friday.

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Rocket fuel

In addition to the supermoon, very high sea temperatures also contribute to Idalia’s vigorous growth.

– It’s 88-89 degrees (31-32 degrees Celsius) where the storm is, so it’s rocket fuel for the storm, says hurricane researcher Phil Klotzbach at Colorado State University. ap.

Seize the beaches

Seize the beaches

Twenty-two Florida counties are now under evacuation orders, and Gov. Ron DeSantis expects the hurricane to cause power outages and massive destruction.

The setting: Florida residents are preparing for severe weather.  Photo: AP Image/Rebecca Blackwell

The setting: Florida residents are preparing for severe weather. Photo: AP Image/Rebecca Blackwell
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– Unmatched

– You really have to go now. “Now is the time for that,” he said at a news conference on Tuesday night.

The National Weather Service in Tallahassee, Florida describes Adalia as an “unprecedented event” as no major tornadoes were recorded in this particular part of Florida.

– You really have to go back to the late 1800s to find a storm of this magnitude that’s coming as it looks like this storm is coming tomorrow. We don’t really have any historical analogy in anyone’s memory, so this could potentially do a lot of harm, DeSantis says.

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