National Hurricane Center Tracking

August 31, 2010 by USA Post 

National Hurricane Center Tracking, U.S. National Hurricane Center said Monday that Hurricane Earl is becoming a powerful storm during the next day.

The hurricane has become so strong because of their stay in the Caribbean with winds of 105 mph.

“Hurricane conditions are spreading in the Northern Leeward Islands and will be extended westward in the Virgin Islands later today, officials said.

“Earl is expected to be a major hurricane tonight or early Tuesday.”

The National Hurricane Center in Miami is continuously monitoring the projected path of Hurricane Earl and warned that the Category 4 storm heads for the coast of the United States of America.

Earl is also believed to be headed toward North Carolina authorities have warned people of the state, which could be reached Friday afternoon.

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