October 16, 2021

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Tropical cyclone Beta triggers hurricane fears in Texas

Tropical cyclone Beta triggers hurricane fears in Texas

The Atlantic hurricane season, which has been exceptionally busy as the Texas coast prepares for a tropical storm, is expected to strengthen as a hurricane before it makes landfall on Saturday.

Both the city of Galveston and Galveston County issued voluntary evacuation orders ahead of the tropical cyclone beta on Saturday.

Mayor Pro Tem Craig Brown said in a statement that high tides and rainfall of up to 25 centimeters would make roads impassable, especially in the western end of the city and inland areas.

County Judge Mark Henry told a news conference Saturday that his concern was also based on rising waters, creating a storm surge and that a mandatory evacuation was not expected.

“If you could live in your home for three or four days without electricity and electricity, we wouldn’t even know it was going to happen, you’re right,” Henry said. “If it’s uncomfortable or you need life support equipment, go elsewhere.”

The tropical storm is in the Beta Gulf of Mexico, 495 kilometers east-southeast of Corpus Christi in Texas, and La. The system is expected to turn into a hurricane on Sunday and trigger a tropical storm warning from Port Aranzas, Texas to Intracostal City, La.

Three weeks after Hurricane Laura made landfall, thousands of people were left stranded in Lake Charles, La. In, there are concerns that the beta could super-soak the area once again. Donald Jones, a National Weather Service meteorologist based at Lake Charles, said in a briefing on Saturday that up to 15 centimeters was possible in some parts of the region.

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“Does it sound like a lot of Harvey? Does it look like Imelda?” Said Jones. “We’m not talking about rainfall amounts yet, it’s according to the amount we’ve seen.”

Imelda was one of the wettest hurricanes to hit southeastern Texas in 2019. Harvey rained more than 127 centimeters on Houston in 2017.

However, if the storm were moving a little slower than expected now, the total rainfall could be more than 50 cm, Jones said.

“Harvey is a very special and special event, but we are talking about a similar idea in the case of very, very heavy rainfall,” he says.

The beta has winds with a maximum speed of 95 km per hour and is moving in a northwesterly direction at a speed of 3 km per hour.

The storm is expected to rise to 1.2 meters in Baffin Bay, Corpus Christi Bay, Galveston Bay and other areas off the coast of Texas. Wind, heavy rainfall and lethal surf and rip current conditions were also reversed with the storm expected.

Future hurricanes ran out of traditional hurricane names on Friday, forcing the use of the Greek alphabet only for the second time since the 1950s.

Teddy Hurricane Nova arrives in Scotia

Meanwhile, Hurricane Teddy became a powerful hurricane on Saturday, with maximum winds moving at 195 km per hour and northwesterly at 22 km per hour. Teddy was 825 kilometers southeast of Bermuda a week after a palette landed on hurricane-prone British territory.

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A tropical cyclone warning is in effect for Bermuda. Large-scale Lesser from Teddy is expected to affect the Antilles, the Greater Antilles, the Bahamas, Bermuda and the US East Coast.

According to Environment Canada, Teddy is currently a Category 3 and will slowly head north over the next two days, heading east to Bermuda on Monday. It begins to accelerate Towards Nova Scotia. It could reach waters south of Nova Scotia on Tuesday as a Category 2 hurricane.

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Parts of the Alabama coast and the Florida Panhandle were washed ashore Wednesday from the effects of Hurricane Sally. There were at least two deaths on the system, and hundreds of thousands of people were without power by the end of Friday.

Misty Ray and Drew Ruthroff are celebrating their sixth wedding anniversary as they clean up the damage at their Navarre, Fla., Home. Everything in the couple’s garage was destroyed, including their jeep and childhood memory boxes.

“It wasn’t really what we thought we were going to spend [our anniversary]”But we’re together and we’re still happy,” Drew Rutherf told the Pensacola News-Journal. We will get along through this and be good for it. “