As we begin the second week of September, we are finding ourselves tracking the Hurricane Lee flight path. As of this morning, here’s what we’re seeing according to Weather.com.
The Hurricane Lee flight path has a lot of uncertainty at this point, but it would be wise to take precautions and stay on top of the Hurricane Lee flight path as these types of storms are very unpredictable and could change at moments notice. Here’s a current snap shot of what it looks like:
Hazardous surf and rip currents can be expected all week in New England and the Eastern seaboard, and this storm is tracking to hit later this week and through the weekend.
When Will Hurricane Lee Hit Land?
According to the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Lee will is heading north and will create rainfall to the Southeast and run parallel to the East coast and NOT hit land. It’s important to follow the news as the path can and will change but as of today this is current information.
On the bright side, Hurricane Lee was a category five hurricane just last week, but it’s since been downgraded to a category three hurricane.
Florida will get rough surf but most likely will be unaffected by Hurricane Lee. As always, follow your local news for more updates on Hurricane Lee and it’s path.