(CNN) – As millions of people sought to recover East America from Hurricane Ida to the northeast after Hurricane Ida, meteorologists searched for Larry Hurricane in the Atlantic.
While Ida was building its 1,500-mile extinction path, tropical storm Julian and tropical storm Gate formed and disintegrated last week. But now Hurricane Larry is blowing across the Mid-Atlantic.
Winds from the storm were up to 120 km / h at 11 a.m. Saturday (Miami time) according to NHC update.
This is the third major hurricane to hit the Atlantic bed this season – Type 3 or higher. Truck Type 4 can reach a maximum speed of 225 km / h over the weekend.
The truck, moving north and west over the open Atlantic, will not be a direct threat, at least for the next few days.
As of Saturday morning, the storm was located in the eastern Atlantic Ocean about 1,697 kilometers east of the Leeward Islands.
The truck should gradually turn northwest Labor Day (Monday), and the storm could approach Bermuda.
Larry is not expected to be a direct threat to the United States, but he is expected to cause major waves and dangerous currents on the east coast by next weekend.
“Significant swelling is likely to occur on the east coast of the United States after Labor Day, the Center for Inflammation said.
The hurricane center also warns that “the uprising created by Larry is expected to reach Laser Antilles on Sunday.” The Center says that this inflammation can cause life-threatening inflammation and affect the current condition.
Long-distance forecast patterns continue in Larry Bermuda and move east of the island from the middle of next week. There is growing disagreement among models about how close the storm will approach Bermuda.
Jackson Dill of CNN contributed to this report.
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