Bermuda in the eye of Hurricane Paulette
MIAMI, Sept 14, CMC – The entire island of Bermuda is now inside the eye of Hurricane Paulette, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said on Monday.
In its latest bulletin, the NHC said that the hurricane, which has strong damaging winds and torrential rains, will soon begin affecting Bermuda from the southwest.
“The eye of Paulette will move north-northwestward to northward this morning, bringing the southern portion of the eye with hurricane-force winds and torrential across the entire island of Bermuda very soon,” the NHC said.
“All persons are urged to not venture outside until the storm passes this afternoon as winds will increase suddenly from the southwest,” it added.
According to the NHC’s 6:00 a.m bulletin, Hurricane Paulette was located five miles north of Bermuda and has sustained maximum winds of 90 miles per hour (mph).
It said the present movement is north, north west or 350 degrees at 13 mph.
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