MAP: Hurricane Fiona Projected Path?

There's a new hurricane, Fiona.
While hurricane Danielle and Earl continue on their paths, a new tropical storm could develop into Hurricane Fiona within the next 48 hours.
So far the hurricane season has been harmless but there's always the chance a hurricane becomes massive and dangerous like Katrina.
Should we be scared of hurricane Fiona? What is Fiona's projected path? Is there a map?

asked by Lens in Weather | 5567 views | 08-30-2010 at 06:21 PM

Fiona is forming in the Atlantic east of Hurricane Earl(which is now 25 miles N-NE of St. Martin), and is moving westward.

Hurricane Fiona is reported to be following Earl who in turn is following Danielle. The speed of Hurricane Fiona is reportedly faster than that of Earl. Reports suggest that Hurricane Fiona is likely to catch up with Earl soon.

Fiona is something we will have to keep a close eye on as well since guidance is trending farther west with this system too. It can come close to the United States.

answered by Storm | 08-30-2010 at 06:23 PM

Fiona is the 2010 Atlantic hurricane season's sixth named storm.
The Hurricane Center said Fiona was located about 890 miles (1,435 km) east of the Leeward Islands, moving west at 24 miles per hour (39 km per hour) with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph.

answered by Jim | 08-30-2010 at 09:05 PM

Looking at the satellite, Fiona is clearly interacting with Earl, and Fiona should steadily begin to fad away, and be torn apart by Earl. As a result, Fiona will cease to exist, and will be no threat to any land mass.
That's my opinion anyway.

answered by Two | 09-02-2010 at 05:59 PM

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