When will Hurricane Florence be over?

Soon there is also more flights to Amsterdam

The exact paths of large weather systems cannot always be precisely predicted. But in the south of the USA you don't take any risks: After tropical storm Florence was upgraded to a hurricane over the weekend and continues to gain strength, and according to initial forecasts, towards the end of the week as a category 4 hurricane should hit South Carolina the local residents there are preparing for this worst case scenario. The airlines will also keep a close eye on where Florence is going - and travelers who are traveling in the danger zone between eastern Florida and North Carolina this week would do well to keep up to date.

This Monday evening (September 10th) Florence should already have achieved the status of a «Major Hurricane» and pass the region around Bermuda. The cruise line Carnival has already announced that it will divert its ships Carnival Pride and Carnival Horizon. Dangerous waves are already being registered in Bermuda. Warnings about "dangerous bathing conditions" and "potential flooding" have been issued for popular bathing resorts such as Virginia Beach and the Outer Banks as well as parts of the states of New Jersey, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

Here are the key messages on Hurricane #Florence as of 11 pm EDT. Florence is expected to become a major hurricane on Monday, and there is an increasing risk of coastal storm surge flooding and freshwater flooding from heavy prolonged rain when the hurricane approaches the U.S. pic.twitter.com/tlVK4wDPtK

- National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) September 10, 2018

It is currently high hurricane season in the Atlantic. The American National Hurricane Center in Miami has already announced another storm, which should soon reach hurricane status and is heading west - this is called «Isaac.

(JCR)