Italy caused a landslide A Category 3 hurricane with strong winds and storm surge on Florida’s west coast this Wednesday.
Live, I followed his passage through the area.
Two dead in Florida due to rain
The National Guard on Wednesday assisted with rescue efforts and damage assessment after the storm passed, which left more than 270,000 people without power due to winds of more than 130 km/h.
As a result of the crash, two men were killed in two separate highway crashes, Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) Sergeant Steve Gaskins reported.
“There have been no confirmed deaths,” the Florida governor said
Florida’s governor, Ron DeSantis, announced there have been “no confirmed deaths” so far after Hurricane Idalia hit the north coast this morning, but more than 250,000 homes remain without power.
Idalia enters Georgia with Type 1
Hurricane Italia, which had winds of 125 mph (205 kph) on Wednesday, has weakened and is beginning to make landfall in Georgia as a Category 1 hurricane, though the threat of storm surge remains.
According to a bulletin from the US National Hurricane Center (NHC), Idalia had sustained winds of 90 miles per hour (150 km/h) and was a Category 1 hurricane on the Saffir Simpson scale (out of a maximum of 5).
Italia moves ahead with storm surge in Florida
Hurricane Italia has weakened to 125 mph (205 km/h) and is now moving through northwest Florida. As a category 2 hurricane And a dangerous storm surge.
According to an update from the US National Hurricane Center (NHC), Idalia has sustained winds of 110 miles per hour (175 km/h) and is a Category 2 hurricane on the Saffir Simpson scale (out of a maximum of 5).
The area known as the “Big Bend” is affected by the ravages of this devastating hurricane that keeps millions of people awake as it continues north of the state after hitting the coast with a category 3 (ie as a major hurricane). En route to Georgia and the Carolinas.
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Florida’s Big Bend is one of the last truly natural places in the state. This is not Disney World. It’s not South Beach. This is where people go to hunt crocodiles, fish for tarpon, and search for radishes in the shallows. But on Wednesday, it became the center of a major cyclone.
The Big Bend is a region southeast of the capital Tallahassee and north of the Tampa metropolitan area where it meets the Panhandle.
Hurricane Italia made landfall Wednesday morning near the sparsely populated Keaton Beach area as a deadly Category 3 hurricane, making it the first major storm to hit the Big Bend area since Hurricane Easy in 1950, the center said.
Italia makes landfall in Florida this Wednesday
Italia strengthened into a dangerous Category 3 hurricane on Wednesday as it approached Florida’s Big Bend region, threatening to bring life-threatening storm surge and heavy rain.
The National Weather Service in Tallahassee called Italy an “unprecedented event” because there are no records of a major hurricane ever passing through Big Bend Bay.
Hurricanes are measured in five categories, with the fifth being the most powerful. Category 3 hurricanes are considered the most intense hurricanes. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) says “catastrophic damage will occur” during a Category 4 storm.
Italy’s route through Cuba
Floods, power outages, fallen trees and landslides. That is the middle age Hurricane Italia in Cuba Heavy rain and winds of hundreds of kilometers per hour swept through the west end of the island with Category 1 this Tuesday.
The worst-hit province is Pinar del Rio, which has yet to recover from the deep devastation wrought by Hurricane Ian a year ago. Italia, meanwhile, is gaining strength, speed and conditioning towards Florida (United States), where experts say he could reach a category 3 (out of 5) on the Saffir-Simpson scale.
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