Hurricane Maria models UPDATE: Big disruption could swing it to US: Miami forecast WARNING

Monday, September 18, 2017
By Paul Martin

HURRICANE MARIA could hit the USA coast in Florida with the latest NOAA Hurricane Center path update spaghetti models showing the storm heading toward Miami if there is a “big disruption” in its path.

By JOE BARNE
Express.co.uk
Mon, Sep 18, 2017

Hurricane Maria is set to hit many of the same Caribbean islands devastated by Hurricane Irma just two weeks ago.

Maria, a Category 1 hurricane, has prompted hurricane warnings for several Caribbean islands as the storm strengthens while hurtling toward the Leeward Islands.

Shock Hurricane Maria forecast from CBS Miami chief meteorologist Greg Setzer said the storm’s path could shift toward the US if it experiences a “big disruption” while surging through the Caribbean.

While showing terrifying spaghetti models skirting toward the Miami on the US coast in Florida, Setzer says: “How the land interacts with the storm will be a player in what happens with our weather here, or, maybe, our potential impacts.

“There are pretty light steering currents here, but if there’s a big disruption to the storm itself, it may move a little more west.

“I’m not saying it’s coming to Florida, all of the models are to our east and this solution is probably the most likely solution, but we still can’t rule out us having to watch it here.”

The latest NOAA National Hurricane Center 7am update says the eye of Hurricane Maria has appeared on Guadeloupe and Martinique’s radar, as well as a Barbados radar.

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