Gert was the strongest hurricane of the season so far. Here are the latest tracking updates, storm maps and Met Office updates. Swells generated by Gert are expected to spread along the East Coast, from North Carolina to Long Islan during the next couple of days.
The tail-end of the hurricane is expected to reach the region on Sunday. Strong winds and rain are expected in the North as the storm passes across the Atlantic, but the South is set to bask in sunshine. The storm, which is currently . Kerry, with 5mm of rain falling in just 15 .
And weather chiefs have warned that . Met Eireann says we will feel the effects of the tropical storm as . CYCLOne and hurriCANE tracker by hayley ). Gert path, satellite images, and spaghetti models. Temperatures in the south east could reach 27C (F) on Monday as the low pressure system draws warm air up from the continent. After Gert became post-tropical . Gert is currently travelling its way . Towards the end of Sunday, the tropical and humid air will be seen across southern and eastern Britain. Hurricane Gert , located toward the .
However, hurricanes are not an unusual . Up to three inches of rain could fall in Argyll this weekend in the aftermath of the storm. Area beaches are experiencing increased surf and rip current risks as Gert makes its closest pass to our coastline. The center of the hurricane.
It is packing maximum sustained . Forecasters say Gert , the second hurricane of the season in the Atlantic Ocean, has begun its turn toward the northeast. With August already proving to be .