A blue supermoon and hovering ocean temperatures created an ideal storm for Hurricane Idalia

Hurricane Idalia has reached northern Florida and continues to batter the state with torrential rain and howling winds, regardless of dropping from a Class 4 to a Class 2 storm.

Idalia made landfall in Florida’s Massive Bend area round 7:45 a.m. native time on Wednesday (Aug. 30), in response to the Nationwide Hurricane Heart (NHC). The storm first hit the west of Cuba on Monday and Tuesday (Aug. 28 and 29), the place it destroyed properties and flooded villages on the island. It then intensified over the Gulf of Mexico and traveled north with sustained winds of 130 mph (210 km/h) and gusts as much as 160 mph (260 km/h), earlier than weakening to a Class 3 storm because it reached the Florida coast. At the very least two folks have died in crashes, the Washington Publish reported.

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