Powerful storms rage off both coasts of the U.S. – Gonzalo becomes major hurricane

The Extinction Protocol

October 2014WEATHER Gonzalo was a major hurricane this morning with winds of 125 mph, and it was strengthening on an expected path to hit Bermuda Friday. If Gonzalo becomes a Category 4 hurricane, with winds of 140 mph, it would be the strongest hurricane in Atlantic Ocean since Oct. 2, 2011, when Hurricane Ophelia’s winds reached 140 mph. The current forecast would take Gonzalo over Bermuda Friday midday as possibly a major hurricane with winds around 115 mph. A hurricane watch has been posted for Bermuda. Earlier this week, on Monday, Gonzalo passed over the islands of the Lesser Antilles, with Antigua Island recording sustained winds of sustained winds of 67 mph, gusting to 88 mph; Barbuda recording sustained winds of 60 mph, gusting to 70 mph; and St. Martin recording sustained winds of 63 mph, gusting to 75 mph Monday evening. A personal weather station on…

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