Photos: Weather Conditions/Tropical Storm Maria

September 15, 2011

Tropical Storm Maria passed by Bermuda today [Sept.15], with its closest point of approach at approximately 1pm when it was 101 nautical miles to the west north-west carrying maximum sustained winds of 65mph. After passing its closest point to Bermuda, Maria was upgraded to a Category 1 hurricane. You can view a photo gallery of a tree crashed into a roof here, and videos from today here.

The Bermuda Weather Service said, “Maria has now passed its closest point of approach to Bermuda, and has once again become a category I hurricane. A trailing frontal trough will continue to provide showers and likely thunderstorms through Saturday. This trough will then push north of Bermuda allowing showers to ease Sunday, and fair weather to return Monday.”

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  1. Billee The Kidd says:

    When she’s ready, Mother Nature puts on an awesome show.