Beyond Bermuda, Paulette is expected to track to the south of Newfoundland later in the week, but a period of rough seas is likely around the Canada province. Paulette is occurring around the traditional peak of the Atlantic hurricane season, which is Sept. 10-11.
Where is Paulette hurricane headed?
Paulette will remain a hurricane for the near-term as it heads northeast in the north Atlantic. A turn toward the south is expected this weekend toward the Azores. Overall the storm will pose no significant threat to land through the end of the week.
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Will Tropical Storm Paulette hit Florida?
Paulette is moving northwest at 5 mph with maximum sustained winds of 45 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center. The tropical storm is not expected to impact Florida. The 2020 hurricane season continues to set records.
Is Hurricane Paulette coming back?
Paulette was the longest-lived tropical cyclone worldwide in 2020, its lifetime spanning 21 days (3.0 weeks).
|Category 2 hurricane (SSHWS/NWS)|
|Hurricane Paulette just before its peak intensity north of Bermuda on September 14|
|Formed||September 7, 2020|
|Dissipated||September 28, 2020|
|(Post-tropical after September 22)|
Will Hurricane Paulette hit Bermuda?
Once Paulette becomes a hurricane, it will begin moving more north-northwesterly. On late Sunday, it is expected to curve towards the north and approach Bermuda. It will also expand in size while passing very near or over the islands on Monday and Tuesday, as seen by the Ventusky wind swath chart.