The hurricane “Earl” lowered the intensity and velocity of its winds
The alert in the coastal U.S. and Canada is lower because the Hurricane Earl’s winds dropped to 120 mph, while the storm Fiona became a tropical depression.
Hurricane Earl is now of category one in the Saffir-Simpson scale which has a maximum of five, but from its center winds reaches 110 kilometers.
The eye of the hurricane was located 250 kilometers south-southwest from Massachusetts and the rain that causes reaches Long Island and New England.
“We expect a further weakening of ‘Earl’, but it will remain as a big storm as it approaches the southeastern of New England and Nova Scotland”
Forecasters warned, at this time it is moving toward the northwest at 37 kilometers per hour.
The storm “Fiona” is a tropical depression after lowering its maximum winds at 55 miles per hour towards the archipelago of Bermuda.
Seven tropical storms and three hurricanes happened this year, two of Category 4, which are “Danielle” and “Earl.”
Forecasters predicted it will be a “very active” season because these hurricanes could be of great intensity, with winds over 177 mph.