RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — As of Thursday morning, Hurricane Fiona continues to be a well-organized, main hurricane within the western Atlantic.
Fiona’s most sustained winds are 130 mph with greater gusts.
At present, Fiona is shifting north-northeast close to 13 mph.
This basic motion is predicted to proceed, with a rise in ahead pace via Friday.
On this observe, Fiona’s well-defined eye will cross west of Bermuda tonight.
Regardless, hurricane situations are nonetheless anticipated on the island, and hurricane warnings have been issued.
Although Fiona will safely cross over 750 miles east of North Carolina, our shoreline will nonetheless really feel some results.
Guests to the North Carolina seashores are being suggested to stay cautious as a result of harmful rip currents and attainable seaside erosion.
Circumstances are anticipated to enhance starting Sunday as Fiona continues to carry north.
Fiona is predicted to make landfall in Nova Scotia this weekend.