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Hurricane Lee will take a northward path that could allow it to impact Bermuda, as well as parts of New England and Atlantic Canada.

Below are some maps showing the latest information about Lee. To know the full forecast details, visit this link

Be careful, warnings

(A watch is issued when tropical storm or hurricane conditions are possible within 48 hours. A warning is issued when these conditions are expected within 36 hours.)

Current wind magnitude

(The orange circle shows the system’s tropical storm force wind range (at least 39 mph). The purple circle shows the system’s hurricane force wind range (at least 74 mph), according to the National Hurricane Center.)

Current satellite

(The highest cloud tops, which correspond to stronger convection, appear in dark red and pink. Deep convection clustered around the center is a sign of a healthy tropical cyclone.)

Spaghetti models

(The lines in this graphic represent several path predictions from different computer models. These are not official predictions, but are used as a guide to create the projected path.)

Expected path

(The red shaded area indicates the likely path of the tropical cyclone’s center. It is important to note that impacts (especially heavy rain, high waves, coastal flooding, and winds) with any tropical cyclone usually spread beyond the expected path.)

Current water temperatures and trajectory

(Latest sea surface temperatures.)

Current wind shear and path

(Areas of clouds are shown in white. Areas of strong wind shear, the difference in wind speed and direction with height, are shown in purple. Strong wind shear is hostile to mature tropical cyclones and those trying to develop.)

Storm forecast

(Forecast of storms occurring above ground level, if peak storms occur at high tide.)

RIP current alerts


Wave height forecast

(High waves will be a concern for most of this week.)

Potential for tropical storm force winds

(The lines above show the potential for tropical storm-force winds (at least 39 mph) and when they could first arrive, according to the National Hurricane Center’s latest forecast.)

Rainfall forecast

(This should be interpreted as a general overview of where heavy rain may fall and may change based on the forecast track of the tropical cyclone. Larger amounts may occur when bands of rain stop over a few hours.)

Track date me

(Lee’s path and current water temperatures.)

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