|Ominous satellite image of Hurricane Gonzalo as of 9:15am EDT. Bermuda is marked in red in the upper right corner.|
|Tropical storm (yellow) and hurricane (red) force wind swaths for Gonzalo since it formed through Thursday morning. Notice how the wind field expands with time. (NOAA)|
Models remain in tight agreement on the track over the next four days... it will make it closest approach to Bermuda early Friday afternoon and then make its closest approach to Newfoundland late Saturday night. Both encounters will be quite significant.
|Forecast from NHC's 8am EDT intermediate advisory. (NOAA)|
- Fabian 2003: 120mph
- Edna 1953: 120mph
- Unnamed 1948: 130mph
- Unnamed 1947: 120mph
- Unnamed 1939: 130mph
Gonzalo could be slightly weaker than Fabian when it reaches the island, but still a major hurricane.
You will be able to monitor the storm via radar and surface observations as it approaches. There's also a pier station with 6-minute reporting and water levels.
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