Hurricane Humberto has become a Category 3 storm. The National Hurricane Center reports that Humberto has sustained wind speeds of up to 115 mph. The Hurricane is on a path to possibly to collide with Bermuda in its path of destruction. It is expected to travel towards the north a fair distance away from the East Coast of the United States. Huberto is expected to remain a hurricane until Thursday at which point it should weaken into a tropical storm. Even if Hurricane Humberto may not strike Bermuda directly it could still raise the sea level from 1-3 feet which may flood coastal areas.
The NASA Worldview image above is an image of Hurricane Humberto on September 16th from space.
Above is a National Hurricane Center graphic showing the likely path that Hurricane Humberto will take in the coming days.