[25] Post-Tropical Cyclone Teddy then accelerated northward before making a large loop north of Newfoundland and turning east, briefly strengthening back to a storm-force low before weakening again and losing its identity on September 27. [9] It then rapidly intensified into a hurricane around 06:00 UTC the next day. Just before transitioning into an post-tropical cyclone, the diameter of gale-force winds measured up to 850 mi (1,370 km) across from northeast to southwest, making Teddy the 4th largest Atlantic hurricane on record. NOAA’s National Hurricane Center posted a Tropical Storm Warning for Bermuda and a Tropical Storm Watch is in effect from Lower East Pubnico to Main-a-Dieu, Nova Scotia, Canada. NHC warned of “life-threatening surf and rip current conditions.”Local news reported power outages affecting 217 Bermuda Electric Light … [24] It continued to weaken and the NHC issued their final advisory at 03:00 UTC on September 24. [16][17] Continued internal fluctuations caused the eye to nearly dissipate and Teddy weakened below major hurricane status at 12:00 UTC on September 20. [15] Soon after, Teddy briefly restrengthened into a Category 4 hurricane before another eyewall replacement cycle weakened it again. SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO -- Tropical storm wind gusts and big waves battered Bermuda on Monday as Hurricane Teddy spun just east of the wealthy British territory, sparing it a direct hit. Bermuda witnessed spectacular seas but appeared to escape serious damage or injuries as Hurricane Teddy brushed past the island on Monday, a week after Hurricane Paulette scored a direct hit on this British Overseas Territory. SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Tropical storm wind gusts and big waves battered Bermuda on Monday as Hurricane Teddy spun just east of the wealthy British territory, sparing it a direct hit. Teddy is expected to approach Bermuda as a hurricane this weekend and make its closest approach to the island late Sunday or Monday, September 21. Winds of more than 20mph are forecast for this afternoon, rising to … Teddy is a category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. It executed a large loop as it accelerated first northward then eastward north of Newfoundland, briefly strengthening back to a storm-force low before weakening again and losing its identity on September 27. Hurricane Teddy is a large and significant storm but thankfully looks set to pass to the east of Bermuda, although the island could be in for tropical storm-force winds over the next 24 hours. Hurricane Teddy is located around 550 miles east-northeast of the northern Leeward Islands and around 935 miles southeast of Bermuda. “Northwest gales will persist into early Tuesday morning with notably cooler temperatures.”. Currently located approximately 1723km (1070mi) southeast of Bermuda, Teddy is a Category 4 hurricane sustaining winds of 220kph (140mph). Please be aware that WEDCO offices will physically be closed due to the forecasted impact on Monday, September 21, 2020. *UPDATE* Friday, September 18th . Hurricane Teddy is moving north near Bermuda on Monday and continues towards a potentially extremely dangerous landfall in Canada. [27], Tropical storm watches, which were later upgraded to warnings, were issued for Bermuda due to the impacts expected from Teddy. Two people in Puerto Rico drowned from the strong waves while another drowned in New Jersey. Halifax Transit stopped services during most of the storm, but resumed its services at 12:00 ADT (15:00 UTC) on September 23. In its latest bulletin at 8.00 am (local time), the NHC said that the center of Hurricane Teddy was located near latitude 28.0 North, longitude 62.7 West. In addition, more than 80 dunes were washed away at Cape Hatteras National Seashore. hurricane teddy keeps strengthening, on track to bermuda Bermuda, which is still recovering from being struck by Hurricane Paulette a few days ago, might have another storm coming its way. Initially, the depression's large size and moderate wind shear kept it from organizing, but it eventually intensified into Tropical Storm Teddy on September 14. [7][8] It continued to intensify as it became better organized, with an eye beginning to form late on September 15. Authorities took an early decision to shut down on Monday with government buildings and schools closed and bus and ferry services cancelled. Required fields are marked *. The NHC forecast discussion said, ” On the forecast track, Teddy could make a close to approach to Bermuda in about 5 days. SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Bermuda was under a tropical storm warning on Sunday as Hurricane Teddy forced the government to shutter air and … The office will re-open on Tuesday, September 22, 2020, as normal. Orlando Sentinel. Woman arrested at US-Canada border for poison mailed to White House, Holder set for maiden appearance in Big Bash, Government Reaffirms Commitment To HIV Fight. [3][4] The next day, the low finally became more defined and at 21:00 UTC on September 12, the NHC designated the disturbance as Tropical Depression Twenty. Total damage is estimated to be at least $35 million. Hurricane Teddy is one of six systems being tracked by the National Hurricane Center on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020. Teddy is still centered over 400 miles from Bermuda. [39] In Bedford, the Sackville River overtopped its banks, flooding a nearby park. A wind advisory was issued for other coastal communities on mainland Massachusetts. [38], Tropical storm watches were issued as the storm approached Nova Scotia; these were later upgraded to warnings. Ferry service began immediately, while buses became fully operational an hour later. The twentieth tropical depression, nineteenth named storm, eighth hurricane, and second major hurricane of the extremely active 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, Teddy initially formed from a tropical depression that developed from a tropical wave on September 12. The most credible source for News in Barbados. [5], At first, the depression struggled to organize for over a day due to its large size and moderate wind shear. [6] After the shear decreased, the system became better organized and strengthened into Tropical Storm Teddy at 09:00 UTC on September 14, becoming the earliest 19th tropical or subtropical storm on record in an Atlantic hurricane season, surpassing the old mark of October 4, which was previously set by the unnamed "Azores" subtropical storm in 2005. By Wednesday evening, Teddy was a Category 1 Hurricane with 90 … In addition, a peak wind gust of 132 kilometres per hour (82 mph) was reported in Grand Étang. Waves reached 42 feet (13 m) at another buoy just north of Teddy on the afternoon of September 22, with winds gusting near 70 mph (115 km/h). Hurricane Teddy. [30] The L.F. Wade International Airport was closed during the storm, but reopened on September 22 after the storm passed. In Camp Ellis, the storm threatened to erode the shoreline. After steadily intensifying for about a day, the storm rapidly became a Category 2 hurricane on September 16 before moderate wind shear caused the storm to fluctuate in intensity. [23] At 12:00 UTC, the storm made landfall near Ecum Secum, Nova Scotia with winds of 65 mph (105 km/h) with a minimum central pressure of 964 mb (28.47 inHg). [9] Municipal sports fields, all-weather fields, tracks and baseball diamonds were closed on September 23 and all bookings were cancelled. Top coverage. [30], The National Weather Service warned of high winds and coastal flooding in eastern New England. North Carolina Highway 12 was closed from September 20 to September 22 due to persistent storm surge and sand being carried onto the road. The L.F. Wade International Airport, which had planned to remain open, was shut on Sunday night until Tuesday. A fence was taken out by storm surge in Scarborough. [33], On September 18, a man and a woman drowned in the waters off La Pocita Beach in Loíza, Puerto Rico due to the rip currents and churning waves that Teddy had caused in the north of the Lesser and Greater Antilles. The city reported some flooding in its historical downtown district, along with some other areas near the coast. The first power outages were reported shortly after 4.00 am on Monday and at 2.00 pm, the sole power provider, the Bermuda Electric Light Company said 217 of its customers were without power, with the central parish of Pembroke the worst affected. The hurricane kept expanding and started an extratropical transition while it neared the Atlantic Canada coast. Hurricane Teddy heads for Bermuda. Teddy’s Status on Sept. 21. Another wave height of 40 feet (12 m) was reported later in the day by the same buoy. The NHC said that Hurricane Teddy was 320 miles south, south-east of Bermuda and that a Tropical Storm Warning has gone into effect for the island. [39], Teddy produced moderate to heavy rainfall in Nova Scotia, peaking at 131 millimetres (5.2 in) in Ingonish. Beach erosion was also reported. Some people in the town decided to put up storm shutters during the storm in case houses were flooded. It weakened back down to Category 1 hurricane the next day before becoming a post-tropical as it approached Atlantic Canada early on September 23. [18], Teddy continued moving north, weakening to a Category 1 hurricane as it began to merge with a trough late on September 21. Bridgetown – Hurricane Teddy was jogging towards Bermuda on Sunday with maximum sustained winds of 105 miles per hour (mph) as the British Overseas territory braced for the passage of a … It had maximum sustained winds of 100 mph (155 kph) and was moving north-northeast at 9 mph (15 kph), according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami. [37] No rain was reported in Massachusetts, however wind gusts over 30 mph (50 km/h) were reported near Cape Cod. 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[32] In North Carolina, a coastal flood warning was in effect for the Northern Outer Banks and Hatteras Island until September 21, but minor coastal flooding was forecasted by the National Weather Service until September 22. [21] Teddy also doubled in size as a result of merging with the trough. Tropical storm watches and warnings were issued for both Bermuda and Atlantic Canada in preparation for Teddy. Emergency officials were on standby across southern Maine in case flooding became a hazard. Teddy is forecast to become a major hurricane as it moves closer to Bermuda this weekend perhaps taking a direct hit. Renee Ming will chair an Emergency Measures Organisation (EMO) today (Sept. 18) to get the latest update on hurricane Teddy.Hurricane Teddy is currently a threat to the island, and the Bermuda Weather Service (BWS) indicates that Teddy is expected to make a close approach early Monday morning. [28][29] The Government of Bermuda shut down the island on September 21, closing all government services such as public transportation and schools. This was the first time such an event had been documented for three days in a row in records dating to at least 1934. As Sally fades, hurricane center focused on 5 more systems including growing Hurricane Teddy. [40] Around 20,000 customers lost power across the province, but impacts in Nova Scotia were less than originally predicted. Residents on the south shore reported waves of more than 20 feet as Teddy, then a Category 2 storm, started to make its presence felt on Sunday morning. [13] Teddy continued to intensify at a rapid pace and became a Category 4 hurricane six hours later, reaching its peak intensity of 140 mph (220 km/h) and a pressure of 945 mb (27.91 inHg). Internal fluctuations and eyewall replacement cycles then caused the storm to fluctuate in intensity before it weakened some as it approached Bermuda. [31] 220 homes lost power on the island, mainly in Hamilton and Pembroke parishes. The large Category 1 storm, packing 90 miles per hour winds with higher gusts, passed around 130 miles to the east at its closest point of approach at 3.00 pm (local time), knocking out power to some homes before accelerating away to the north-northeast at 18 mph and heading for Canada. Hurricane Teddy is charging ahead as a powerful Category 4 storm, and by Sunday night or Monday morning, it may skirt Bermuda as a Category 2 or 3 hurricane. (NOAA via AP) [Updating] Hurricane Paulette has now passed Bermuda and it was quickly followed by Hurricane Teddy, which brought tropical storm force winds to … The National Hurricane Center (NHC) began to monitor a tropical wave over West Africa at 00:00 UTC on September 7. Bermuda Weather Service (BWS) forecaster Troy Anderson warned: “Although a spectacle to see, please do not put yourself or anyone else in danger.”. Some fluctuations in intensity are likely through Saturday, with a weakening trend forecast to begin on Sunday. On the forecast track, Teddy will be approaching Bermuda late Sunday or early Monday. Just days after hurricane Paulette! While the exact details of Teddy's track and intensity near the island are not yet known, the risk of strong winds, storm surge, and heavy rainfall on Bermuda is increasing. Hurricane Teddy is forecast to begin to affect Bermuda from between Sunday, September 20, and Monday, September 21. West Indies Test captain Jason Holder has signed up with Sydney Sixers for a three-game cameo in the Big Bash League which bowls off next week, marking his first stint in the glitzy Australian T20 tournament. [11] However, some slight westerly wind shear briefly halted intensification and even weakened the storm to a Category 1 at 03:00 UTC on September 17. The storms, from left, are Hurricane Sally over the Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Paulette over Bermuda, the remnants of Tropical Storm Rene, and Tropical Storms Teddy and Vicky. Paulette knocked out power to 25,000 homes. At 15:00 UTC that day, the storm made its closest approach to Bermuda as a strong Category 1 hurricane before accelerating northwestwards away from the island. [26], Large swells were generated by the storm, which affected the Lesser Antilles, the East Coast of the United States, Bermuda, and Atlantic Canada. Earlier forecasts had predicted the storm would come closer to the island. The Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC) said that Teddy, which is 165 miles south-east of the British Overseas Territory, is moving towards the […] [2] The wave entered the Atlantic Ocean at 12:00 UTC on September 10, and began to steadily organize, forming a broad low-pressure area at 18:00 UTC on September 11, although its large size kept it from organizing quickly. [10] The storm continued to intensify, becoming a Category 2 hurricane later that day. Bermuda should expect winter storm conditions over the next two days as Hurricane Teddy passes to the east. [19][20] A Hurricane hunters flight found that Teddy had strengthened a bit, due to a combination of baroclinic energy infusion from the trough and warm oceanic waters from the Gulf Stream and it was upgraded back to Category 2 status. Hurricane Teddy brushed Bermuda, then hammered Atlantic Canada as a post-tropical cyclone after helping to churn up several days of high surf, coastal flooding and … Development of this wave was expected and at 00:00 UTC on September 9, it was given a high chance to develop within five days despite still being well inland. [36] In North Carolina, coastal communities experienced beach erosion and coastal flooding. [32] In Maine, very large waves pounded the coast, drawing onlookers and surfers. Hurricane Teddy whipped Devonshire Bay, Bermuda, with winds reaching 90 mph on September 21.According to the National Hurricane Center, as of 2pm on September 21, Hurricane Teddy is forecast to move north-northeast as it approaches Nova Scotia. [22] By then, Teddy had weakened back down to a Category 1 hurricane before transitioning to a post-tropical cyclone at 00:00 UTC on September 23. In addition, a high surf advisory was issued for those areas and for Bristol County. School was also cancelled for many regions around the province. Teddy is moving northwest across the western Atlantic and could severely impact Bermuda on Sunday evening into Monday morning. Bermuda witnessed spectacular seas but appeared to escape serious damage or injuries as Hurricane Teddy brushed past the island on Monday, a week after Hurricane Paulette scored a direct hit on this British Overseas Territory. It then rapidly intensified again on September 17 and became a Category 4 hurricane. Teddy has been gradually weakening over the weekend but remains a very large and powerful hurricane. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The National Hurricane Center issued three key messages as Hurricane Teddy approaches Bermuda and grows in size: The center of Teddy is forecast to move east of Bermuda … Teddy produced spectacular sights over the past two days as it made its way east of Bermuda. Bermuda is preparing for the passage of a “large Hurricane Teddy” on Monday with the government announcing the closure of schools, businesses, the airport and urging people to take the storm seriously. After passing east of the island as a Category 1 hurricane on September 21, Teddy restrengthened back to Category 2 strength due to baroclinic forcing. In the 5:00 PM Advisory on Monday, the forecast track and cone of uncertainty showed a path toward Bermuda with an intensity increase to a major hurricane by Thursday, September 17. The Halifax Public Gardens reopened at the same time as Halifax Transit, but residents and tourists were asked to avoid visiting municipal parks until the storm passed due to safety concerns. The wave entered the Atlantic Oceanat 12:00 UTC on September 10, and began to steadily organize, forming a broad low-pressure area at 18:00 UTC on September 11, although its large size kept it from organizing quickly. The next day, the l… [12] However, as the shear relaxed again, the storm began a second rapid intensification phase, becoming the season's second major hurricane at 15:00 UTC that day. [34][35] Charleston, South Carolina, experienced high tides topping out at major flood stage for three straight days from September 19 to 21. However, based on average 5 … The BWS said “strong tropical-storm-force gusts are possible with Teddy’s passage today, then a lull late this afternoon prior to developing gales as the backside of Teddy drags a cold front across our area. A high wind warning was issued for Nantucket and coastal Plymouth County on September 22. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) began to monitor a tropical wave over West Africa at 00:00 UTC on September 7. Switching to Hurricane Teddy, I can advise that on Sunday, there will be a partial embodiment of the Royal Bermuda Regiment, and the Bermuda Police Service, the Parks Department and the Ministry of Public Works have their resources positioned to assist where and when needed. [13] One buoy operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in the open northern Atlantic off the coast of Nova Scotia reported a wave height of 35 feet (11 m) early on September 22. Your email address will not be published. The Minister of National Security, the Hon. For now, Teddy is expected to track within 150 miles of the archipelago overnight Sunday night or early Monday, likely as a hurricane. Here is a short update on the major hurricane Teddy; it remains a powerful Category 4 hurricane with a well-defined eye and intense eyewall. The Miami-based National Hurricane Centre (NHC) said “although some fluctuations in heading are likely, the hurricane is expected to move generally northward through Tuesday evening, followed by a turn towards the northeast on Wednesday. [14] Afterwards, internal fluctuation and an eyewall replacement cycle caused the storm to weaken slightly to a Category 3 hurricane at 09:00 UTC on September 18. A coastal flood advisory was extended to for Pamlico, Southern Craven, Carteret and coastal Oslow counties as well as Ocracoke Island and Core Banks until the afternoon of September 22. At 11 a.m. EDT (1500 UTC), the center of Hurricane Teddy was located near latitude 31.1 degrees north and longitude 62.7 degrees west. Watch aerial views of Hurricane Teddy's wave action in Bermuda. Hurricane Teddy will barrel northward into Atlantic Canada churning up monster waves that could reach 75 feet in height and bringing widespread impacts to land. Hurricane Teddy was a large and powerful Cape Verde hurricane that was the fourth-largest Atlantic hurricane by diameter of gale-force winds recorded and produced large swells along the coast of the Eastern United States and Atlantic Canada in September 2020. This should be close enough to bring winds of at least 40 mph to Bermuda along with bands of rain and some storm surge flooding. Although Teddy appeared to be a post-tropical cyclone, Hurricane hunters found a warm core in Teddy's center. Maximum sustained winds are near 130 mph (215 km/h) with higher gusts. For all of Massachusetts, a Red Flag warning was issued, signalling that critical fire weather conditions were possible due dry weather and gusty winds. “The centre of Teddy will pass east of Bermuda today, and then approach Nova Scotia late Tuesday or early Wednesday.”, Your email address will not be published. The same advisory for Beaufort County and Tyrrell Counties expired early on September 22. [1] Development of this wave was expected and at 00:00 UTC on September 9, it was given a high chance to develop within five days despite still being well inland. Its large size and strength caused high waves and rip currents to impact areas hundreds of miles from its path, ranging from the Lesser and Greater Antilles to the East Coast of the United States and Atlantic Canada. Teddy was located about 160 miles (260 kilometres) southeast of Bermuda on Monday morning. [33] Rip currents along the eastern seaboard also led to a drowning near Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey. 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