Watch Out, Bermuda: T.S. Gonzalo Approaches Hurricane Strength

October 13th, 2014 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.

The various tropical cyclone track models have Tropical Storm Gonzalo tracking very near Bermuda on Friday. Gonzalo should reach hurricane strength this evening.

Here’s the latest MODIS image, just in from early this afternoon (click for full size):

Tropical Storm Gonzalo, early afternoon October 13, 2014, from the Aqua MODIS imager.

Tropical Storm Gonzalo, early afternoon October 13, 2014, from the Aqua MODIS imager.

Here’s the latest track forecasts, from the South Florida Water Management District (right-click, “view image” for full-size):


2 Responses to “Watch Out, Bermuda: T.S. Gonzalo Approaches Hurricane Strength”

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  1. John Smith says:

    Doc
    thanks so much
    found you through J Curry’s site
    just read “climate change 101” and “climate change for dummies”
    helped me(a civilian)so much to understand better this crazy subject
    most of the “pro” sites are difficult to follow and confusing
    and often illogical to my ear
    your clarity and honesty helps me maintain faith in science

  2. RW says:

    Oh boy. Let’s hope the tracking is accurate and it doesn’t hit the US coast anywhere.

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