What are the Next expected targets of Hurricane Irma?

Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma is now moving towards Miami, after weaving a disastrous path through the Caribbean. The current movement of Irma is showing the Category 5 storm may head out to sea after making landfall on the U.S. mainland over the weekend, and then it might hit again Carolinas and near Georgia. Katie Robertson said that Irma has been considered a meteorological monster and it is threatening to become the most disastrous storm in the history of the nation. It isn’t just Hurricane boiling in the Atlantic, but how Irma became Irma. The first seed for the monster size of Irma and force was discovered on the other side of the world more than 6 months ago. A widely intercepted El Nino failed to materialize over the Pacific Ocean.

It cleared a path for a hurricane to form in the Atlantic Ocean and it grew to the size of New York with winds topping 185 miles/ hour. Hurricane warnings have been issued from the Flagler/Volusia County Line southward around the peninsula to the Anclote River, the Florida Keys, all of central and southern Florida, the central and northwestern Bahamas and the Cuban provinces of Camaguey, Ciego de Avila, Sancti Spiritus, Villa Clara and Matanzas. A hurricane watch is also in effect for portions of Florida, from north of the Flagler/Volusia County Line to Fernandina Beach, as well as north of the Anclote River to Indian Pass, along with the Cuban provinces of Holguin and Las Tunas. A storm surge warning has also been issued from the Volusia/Brevard County Line around the peninsula to the Anclote River and the Florida Keys including Tampa Bay.