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Subtropical Storm Nicole is Now Predicted to Become A Hurricane, in Florida

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As the title says, on Wednesday, subtropical storm Nicole is now predicted to become a hurricane in the Bahamas, but before striking the east coast of Florida. According to the forecast, there is a warning and chance of a hurricane in the northwestern Bahamas, which also includes Berry Islands, Grand Bahama Island, Abacos, and Bimini and it is said in the latest advisory of the National Hurricane Center of Miami.

There is a warning for a tropical storm in locations like New Providence, Eleuthera, and Andros Island. A strong movement for a storm, has been received from Broward county to half of Georgia’s coast. It is expected a strong movement for Nicole, and this is predicted by the hurricane center.

On Monday, at 10 P.M. the storm is going to be expected at 415 miles in the northwestern Bahamas with a winds speed of a maximum of 45 mph. Do not go with the exact track of subtropical storm Nicole, as it is expected to be a hazardous and big storm. The advisory and forecasters said that it can affect portions of the southeast U.S. and the Florida peninsula.

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Regarding the storm and hurricane, the governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis has announced a state emergency for around 34 counties, in concern to saving from caution abundance. DeSantis has stated in a statement that the storm can become much more powerful and stronger, and he requests to all Floridians be ready and prepared for it. And don’t forget to listen to announcements from Local Emergency Management Officials in Florida.

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Large and several parts of the state still have to recover from the destructive hurricane, which strike southwestern Florida on 28 September. The county managers also warned Floridians and residents that a tropical storm can lead to more beach erosion and flooding.

The judge also said that we need to be careful and take this storm very seriously because it can lead to the beach and coastal erosion which can be dangerous to beachfront properties and homes hit by hurricane Ian.