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Hurricane Lee NOAA Where will it Land?

Although Hurricane Lee NOAA has developed and is strengthening, it is unclear which way the storm will move.

Maria and Major Hurricane Lee NOAA (Photo: Weather Underground)

Progress of Hurricane Lee NOAA

Hurricane Lee NOAA, where will it be? According to the National Hurricane Center, a strengthening Hurricane Lee was wreaking havoc on the Atlantic on Wednesday. Next week, Lee will likely swing north before making landfall in Florida, according to forecasts, but its potential effects on the remainder of the East Coast are still unknown. The storm is currently a Category 1 hurricane with gusts of 75 mph, and by the weekend, speeds are predicted to reach 150 mph, making it a dangerous Category 4 hurricane. The fourth hurricane of the 2023 hurricane season is Lee.

Around 5 a.m. EDT on Thursday, Hurricane Lee NOAA had maximum sustained winds of 80 mph and was moving west-northwest at a speed of 13 mph over the southern Atlantic Ocean. About 965 miles to the east of the northern Leeward Islands, its center was located. The Virgin Islands, Anguilla, Saint Martin, and Saint Kitts are among the Leewards.

According to the hurricane center, there are currently no coastal warnings or watches in place, but “interests in the Leeward Islands should monitor the progress of Hurricane Lee NOAA.”

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keeping an eye on Hurricane Lee NOAA

Although the longer-range prognosis is uncertain, meteorologists will be keeping an eye on Hurricane Lee NOAA to see if it starts to turn towards the American continent or keeps sailing over open water.

According to CBS Miami, Hurricane Lee is not currently expected to have an impact on the United States. The storm system is anticipated to turn to the north and away from the U.S. coast, according to CBS Miami Chief Meteorologist and Hurricane Expert Ivan Cabrera Lee, but weather experts will continue to watch and monitor it attentively.

On Sunday night, the forecast models predicted a landfall in the Mid-Atlantic region, but on Monday, they predicted the storm would head out to sea, according to CBS New York. The track is significantly closer to the East Coast as of Wednesday. The European model, or ECMWF, predicts that Hurricane Lee NOAA will remain offshore and make a close approach to the U.S. mainland rather than making a straight landfall. The GFS, or American model, shows Lee slicing through Cape Cod before entering the Canadian Maritimes.

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