September 19, 2017
Storm Security and Hurricane Industry News


Hurricane Joaquin Moves Away from Bahamas

         The core of Hurricane Joaquin, now a Category 3 storm, has begun to move away from the central Bahamas Friday night, October 2, 2015, the National Hurricane Center reports. Hurricane conditions will continue for several hours, it adds.

         Joaquin is moving toward the northeast at near 7 mph. Its maximum sustained winds are reported at near 125 mph with some slow weakening forecast for the next 48 hours.

         Joaquin’s movement to the northeast lessens the likelihood of the hurricane making landfall along the U.S. East Coast. This area could still feel its effects, however. Hurricane force winds extend outward up to 50 miles from Joaquin’s center and tropical storm force winds extend outward up to 205 miles. Storm surge and heavy rainfall are expected in the Bahamas and could effect the U.S. coast.

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