Tropical depression 9 forms, could affect the area next week

Tropical depression 9 forms, could affect Georgia and South Carolina next week. Latest Models

As of Friday, Tropical Depression No. 9 has formed in the Atlantic Ocean. Here’s a look at its potential impact on Georgia and South Carolina.



Your storm tracker radar… Today is sunny and breezy, with altitudes close to 80. North winds 9 to 14 mph. Clear tonight, with a low of about 56. East winds of 5 to 7 mph become calm in the evening. Sunny Saturday, near 84. East winds 5 to 7 mph. Clear Saturday night, with a low of about 62. East winds about 6 mph become calm in the evening. Sunny Sunday, near 86. Calm winds become south about 6 mph at noon. Sunday night is largely clear, with a low of about 66. A sunny day, with a high of close to 90. Monday at night is partly cloudy, with a low of about 64. Tuesday is mostly sunny, with a high of close to 84. Tuesday is about night, partly 64. Wednesday is mostly sunny, with highs close to 82. Wednesday nights are mostly cloudy, with lows around 64. On Thursdays there is a 20 percent chance of rain and wind. Mostly sunny, with highs close to 80. Today is sunny and breezy, with highs close to 80. North winds 9 to 14 mph. Clear tonight, with a low of about 56. East winds of 5 to 7 mph become calm in the evening. Sunny Saturday, near 84. East winds 5 to 7 mph. Clear Saturday night, with a low of about 62. East winds about 6 mph become calm in the evening. Sunny Sunday, near 86. Calm winds become south about 6 mph at noon. Sunday night is largely clear, with a low of about 66. A sunny day, with a high of close to 90. Monday at night is partly cloudy, with a low of about 64. Tuesday is mostly sunny, with a high of close to 84. Tuesday is about night, partly 64. Wednesday is mostly sunny, with highs close to 82. Wednesday nights are mostly cloudy, with lows around 64. On Thursdays there is a 20 percent chance of rain and wind. Mostly sunny, with highs close to 80. Today is sunny and breezy, with highs close to 80. North winds 9 to 14 mph. Clear tonight, with a low of about 56. East winds of 5 to 7 mph become calm in the evening. Sunny Saturday, near 84. East winds 5 to 7 mph. Clear Saturday night, with a low of about 62. East winds about 6 mph become calm in the evening. Sunday Sunny, near 86. Calm wind becomes south around

Tropical depression 9 forms, could affect Georgia and South Carolina next week. Latest Models

As of Friday, Tropical Depression No. 9 has formed in the Atlantic Ocean. Here’s a look at its potential impact on Georgia and South Carolina.

Tropical Depression No. 9 is formed in the middle of the Caribbean Sea. It will continue to strengthen today and become a tropical storm by tomorrow and a hurricane by Monday. It will track the equatorial system near Jamaica and the Cayman Islands this weekend. The track will take near the west coast of Cuba on Monday and then the west coast of Florida by the middle of next week as a Category 2 hurricane. Your local Georgia forecast, South Carolina Hurricane Guide: What you need to know for the 2022 storm season Download the WJCL Weather app There’s still plenty of uncertainty about the track next week. There is a possibility that this will affect the Georgia coast and the lowlands Thursday or Friday next week. We’re tracking, here are the latest spaghetti samples showing the likely path of the system, the system follows Hurricane Fiona, a Category 3 storm that has triggered warnings for coasts in Georgia and South Carolina. There is still a risk of dangerous rip currents in our area as of Friday night. Stay with WJCL as we continue to monitor the system. Video file below: What to pack in the event of a hurricane evacuation

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Latest Tropical Depression Track #9

Tropical Depression No. 9 is formed in the middle of the Caribbean Sea. It will continue to strengthen today and become a tropical storm by tomorrow and a hurricane by Monday. It will track the equatorial system near Jamaica and the Cayman Islands this weekend. The track will take near the west coast of Cuba on Monday and then the west coast of Florida by the middle of next week as a Category 2 hurricane.

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Possible tracks next week

There is still a lot of uncertainty about the track next week. There is a possibility that this will affect the Georgia coast and the lowlands Thursday or Friday next week. We are tracking!

Here are the most recent samples of spaghetti that illustrate the possible path of the system.

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Possible paths for TD #9

The system follows Hurricane Fiona, a Category 3 storm that has led to coastal warnings in Georgia and South Carolina. There is still a risk of dangerous rip currents in our area as of Friday night.

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Effects of Hurricane Fiona

Stay with WJCL as we continue to monitor the system.

Video file below: What to pack in the event of a hurricane evacuation

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