Huracán Epsilon alcanza rachas de 140 kilómetros por hora

Grandes oleajes generados por Epsilon ya afectan Bermuda, las Bahamas, las Antillas Mayores y las Islas de Sotavento.

Su mayor aproximación a la isla estaba pronosticada para el jueves por la noche y existe el riesgo de un impacto directo
Su mayor aproximación a la isla estaba pronosticada para el jueves por la noche y existe el riesgo de un impacto directo

El huracán Epsilon, el 10mo de esta muy activa temporada del Atlántico se desplazaba hacia Bermuda el miércoles.

Su mayor aproximación a la isla estaba pronosticada para el jueves por la noche y existe el riesgo de un impacto directo, según el Centro Nacional de Huracanes de Estados Unidos. Rige una alerta por tormenta tropical para Bermuda y se ha aconsejado a los residentes que sigan de cerca la tormenta.

Grandes oleajes generados por Epsilon ya afectan Bermudas, las Bahamas, las Antillas Mayores y las Islas de Sotavento y se pronostica que provocarán mareas y corrientes de resaca peligrosas a lo largo de la costa de Nueva Inglaterra y Canadá durante los días siguientes.

El centro de huracanes con sede en Miami informó que Epsilon tenía vientos sostenidos máximos de 140 kph (85 mph) el miércoles por la mañana. La tormenta se encontraba 725 kilómetros (450 millas) al este-sureste de Bermuda y se desplazaba al noroeste a 22 kph (14 mph).

La temporada de huracanes ha sido tan activa este año que el centro de huracanes ha recurrido al alfabeto griego tras agotarse la lista de nombres previstos.

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