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Hurricane Maria Path Map and Updates

Hurricane Maria Track Map

Hurricane Maria Path Map
Description :Map showing the path of Hurricane Maria approaching the Caribbean islands in the Northern Atlantic Ocean  Disclaimer

D: Tropical Depression – wind speed less than 39 MPH
M: Major Hurricane – wind speed greater than 110 MPH
H: Hurricane – wind speed between 74 MPH and 110 MPH
S: Tropical Storm – wind speed between 39 MPH and 73 MPH
Tropical Storm Maria
Tropical Storm Maria Current Statistics Thursday, September 28, 2017
Center Location 37.1 N 65.5 W
Maximum Sustained Wind 65 mph
Movement E at 17 mph
Sustained Winds D < 39 mph
  • A week after, powerful hurricane Maria wreaked havoc in Puerto Rico, life there is still stranded. Amidst witnessing flying roofs, heavy rainfall and widespread destruction, people of Puerto Rico are still without power. Monster Maria, a category 4 hurricane with wind speed of 150mph battered Puerto Rico leading to chaos. At least 47 people have been killed by Hurricane Maria. As per media reports, power and communication are still down for the entire island. Classes in Ross University are suspended for two weeks as the University tries to find a location for students to resume their medical education. As per Puerto Rico's Governor Ricardo Rossello, this is a humanitarian crisis involving 3.4 million US citizens. Warnings have been issued as Maria is on its way across the North Atlantic. Maria is expected to hit the UK during the weekend. Forecasters have issued rain warnings and Tropical storm Maria is likely to collide with hurricane Lee over the Atlantic.
  • Tropical storm Maria, which has sustained winds of 75 mph, has been upgraded to a hurricane status. However, Maria will probably weaken in the next two days as it deviates from the coast of North Carolina. On Tuesday afternoon, Maria was downgraded to a tropical storm as its wind speed fell below 75 mph. However, by Wednesday evening it had again strengthened into a hurricane.
  • Catastrophe wreaked by hurricane Maria is unsurpassed. Loss of life and property has strangled the affected regions. More than 3.4 million US citizens are still entirely without power. Maria now a tropical storm. As per the Department of Defense, approximately 44% of people in Puerto Rico still lacj drinking water. Now a tropical storm, Maria is now pushing high surf over North Carolina's Outer Banks. Maria is expected to bring Tropical Storm conditions to North Carolina's coast through Wednesday. Large wind field of Maria is bringing 40mph winds to coastal North Carolina. As per Dare County, Emergency Management Director, “Maria is significant, life-threatening and people have to be mindful.” Mandatory visitors evacuation orders were issued by Ocracoke Island and Hatteras Island on Monday Morning. As per the reports, remnants of tropical storm Maria and Lee could collide over the Atlantic. Tropical Storm Maria is expected to bring gusty winds, rain, storm-surge flooding to North Carolina.
  • After wreaking havoc in innumerable places and leading to loss of life, Hurricane Irma has downgraded to Category one storm. Hurricane Maria is lingering near the Carolinas which means an extended period of impact from the Carolinas to New England. Hurricane Maria is expected to batter North Carolinas Outer Banks on Tuesday and Wednesday with sustained winds of 80mph. The National Hurricane Center issued warnings for North Carolina Coast. Hurricane Maria unleashed its wrath on Puerto Rico causing widespread devastation and completely failing its electrical grid. The director of Emergency Response and Recovery with the US said pertaining to Puerto Rico's crisis, “we really should think in terms of rebuilding at this point.” However, amidst crisis due to Hurricane Maria, several corporate giants have come forward to donate for Hurricane Maria Relief. Liquor giant Diageo along with biotech company Amgen have given a collective $8.1 million for the relief. 
  • Hurricane Maria is still unleashing its wrath as it is churning towards the East Coast. After wreaking havoc in the Caribbean Islands, one of the most destructive storm, Maria is expected to batter North Carolina's coast on Wednesday morning. After Hurricane Harvey and Irma, Maria is the third hurricane to impact the United States in the last month. As per an advisory issued by the National Hurricane Center on Sunday, “It is likely that some direct impacts will occur along portions of the coast by midweek.” Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico on Wednesday causing widespread destruction, killing at least 100 people and leading to failure of island's entire power grid. According to media reports, approx 100 people have lost their lives due to tropical storms across the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Islands. As per the National Hurricane Center, a second Hurricane Lee is further east in the Atlantic. Amidst widespread destruction and loss of lives, New York has expanded relief efforts for Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.
  • Hurricane Maria, which still is a powerful Category 3 storm with sustained winds of 125 mph (205 kph), is wreaking havoc where ever it is going, destroying life and property. Hurricane Maria is moving towards the Turks and Caicos Islands. As its moving towards the Turks and Caicos, its unleashing winds of over 124mph. It had left at least 32 people dead as Puerto Rico and the Caribbean Islands witnessed its wrath. According to Governor Ricardo Rossello, it would take at least months to recover the electrical power supply in Puerto Rico. Maria is the strongest storm to barrel across Puerto Rico in nearly 90 years.
  • The wrath of Hurricane Maria is not yet over. It is strengthening and moving across to impact more places and people. Hurricane Maria devastated Dominica and Virgin Islands before it wreaked havoc in Puerto Rico on Thursday. As per the National Hurricane Center, flash flood warnings persisted with “catastrophic flooding”, especially in areas of mountainous terrain. According to Governor Ricardo Rossello, it would take months to recover the electrical power supply. However, as per the sources, rain and run off are still contributing to a flood threat in Puerto Rico. After wreaking havoc in Puerto Rico, Hurricane Maria is heading towards Dominican Republic and Turks and Caicos with its damaging winds, flooding rain and storm-surge impacts. As hurricane Maria is  approaching the southeast Bahamas, conditions there are deteriorating. Maria is expected to bring rip currents and high turf to the  US East Coast starting this weekend.
  • The Category 4 Hurricane Maria packed with windspeeds of 140 mph made a landfall on Puerto Rico, the U.S. Commonwealth territory with massive rains and wind. The landfall on the island has raised alarms for flash floods in the area with a flash flood warning in place. The river levels in Puerto Rico have exceeded beyond dangerous levels and the situation is grim. Maria is reportedly now moving towards the northern coast of Puerto Rico with catastrophic winds while rainfall and floods continue to lash the area. Meanwhile, reports from Dominica confirm 7 fatalities due to Maria on the island. More details awaited.
  • Latest reports coming in from the USNHC confirm that the outer walls of Hurricane Maria are currently hovering over the U.S. Virgin Islands in St. Croix. However, the better news is that the eye of Hurricane Maria has drifted to the south-west of St. Croix and the eye won't be making a landfall there but, the island is still going to experience rain and blasts of winds due to the presence of the eye-wall. St. Croix is reporting windspeeds of 90 mph and wind blasts of 127 mph. Maria is still a Category 5 hurricane with windspeeds of up to 175 mph. Next up on Maria's target is the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico that has already begun to experience a change in weather. Maria is expected to arrive in Puerto Rico sometimes during the day. Citizens in the region have been warned against power outages for months as the energy system of the island could be completely wiped out by the Hurricane and the country would requires billions of Dollars in funding to resurrect from the current situation. Meanwhile, the island of Dominica has reported heavy damage incurred by the eye of Maria with at least 6 feared dead in the horrific encounter with the hurricane. More details awaited.
  • Maria, the Category 5 hurricane that devastated the island of Dominica is moving ahead towards the islands of Montserrat, Puerto Rico & U.S. & British Virgin Islands. It is being speculated that the powerful hurricane has caused excessive damage on the island of Dominica. It is also being said that Puerto Rico could face its worst storm in over a century, such is the intensity of Maria. Hurricane Maria currently is packed with winds of up to 160mph and is bringing heavy rains to the islands where it's passing through. The communication lines are still out of order in Dominica post Maria's destruction. The USNHC has said that while the windspeed of the hurricane could vary between a category 4 and 5 limite, the storm is still very dangerouos and pose a serious threat to life. Maria is also likely to hit the island of St. Kitts & Nevis on the day of their independence from the British Rule. Officials of the British Virgin Islands & St. Kitts & Nevis have quoted that they're preparing for the worst. More details awaited.
  • As Hurricane Maria moves up ahead along the Caribbean Islands after wreaking havoc on Dominica with Guadeloupe being the next island in it's path, the British Virgin Islands has imposed a curfew in place in view of the oncoming catastrophe. The island was already struck by Irma less than two weeks ago and now it is bound to be hit by another behemoth, Maria. The governor of British Virgin Islands said that the debris from the destruction caused by Irma hasn't been cleared yet and with another super-storm arriving to batter the island, the lying debris could cause way more destruction than the hurricane can do on its own. Also, the debris poses a serious threat to life too. The government and people are doing everything in their capacity to clear as much debris as they can to minimise the damage. Meanwhile, the USNHC has upgraded Maria back to a Category 5 storm. Earlier it was downgraded to a Category 4 storm with windspeeds of up to 155 Mph but apparently the hurricane has picked up strength from the Ocean currents and has regained it's power back. More details awaited.
  • Latest reports by the Trinidad & Tobago Weather Center states that the island of Guadeloupe, the french governed territory is most likely to escape the wrath of the Category 4 Hurricane Maria as the eye of the storm is moving in the South-West direction. It however also said, that the French governed island won't be spared of the ranis and winds caused by the eye wall of the storm. People on the island of Guadeloupe can expect heavy rainfall and wind blasts. Guadeloupe is facing rains, and windespeeds of up to 68 Mph. The islands to be affected by Maria have already been issued warnings and have been made aware of the situations in the aftermath of the storm which includes falsh-floods, mudslides, deluge and other calamities. Hurricane Maria is next headed to the British governed territory of Montserrat. More details awaited.
  • Maria, the Hurricane which was a Category 5 when it hit Dominica, has now been downgraded to a Category 4 by the USNHC. The windspeeds have fallen from a whopping 160 Mph to 155 Mph which is still gravely dangerous and pose a serious threat to life and property. The storm which is right now hovering over the Atlantic Ocean is expected to make its next contact with the land on the island of Guadeloupe, a French governed territory. Maria is expected to reach the island soon and by 20:00 Hrs tonight people are advised not to step out of their safe havens. Lashes of rain and winds have already announced their arrival on the island. More details awaited.
  • The Caribbean Islands are living their worst nightmares right now. It was a week ago that Hurricane Irma battered the islands and left them completely devastated rendering people homeless and inflicting damages in billions and now Maria is here to incur wrath upon them. Just a Tropical Storm until a couple of days ago, the Hurricane gained strength over the Atlantic currents (Thanks to Climate Change) and now, if reports are to be believed, it has transformed into a mammoth of a hurricane bearing the tag of a Category 5. It is being said that Maria has made a landfall on the island of Dominica. It is the first time that Dominica is hit by a Category 5 hurricane.The island has suffered huge losses. Maria is now moving away from Dominica and is headed to the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico and is expected to traverse through the Caribbean islands of St. Kitts & Nevis, Montserrat, Guadeloupe, U.S. & British Virgin Islands, Culebra and Vieques. More details awaited.
  • Hurricane Maria intensifies to Category 3 hours before landfall as it took aim at Puerto Rico and islands left in ruins by Hurricane Irma, hurling maximum sustained winds of 120 mph.
  • Tropical storm Maria, which modified into a hurricane on Sunday afternoon, is heading towards the Caribbean islands. As per reports, it is a category 1 storm and has wind speeds of 85 mph. The storm is currently around 100 miles northeast of Barbados.