Hurricane Ike Projected Path : Hurricane Ike Turns Into A Category 4 Hurricane Overnight With Florida In Its Sight

by Trendy

Update : Go To Our Latest Post For Recent Updates on Projected Path Of Hurricane Ike And To See What The Computer Models For Hurricane Ike Are Saying. Hurricane Ike is now expected to make landfall in Texas as a Category 4 storm with wind speeds of up to 135 MPH.

Go to this post to get details about City of Houston and Harris County Evacuation Zones & Zip Code Maps.

Hurricane Ike has completely changed overnight from a tropical storm in a category 4 hurricane with wind speeds topping 145 miles per hour. According to a public advisory from the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Ike is currently about 525 miles northeast of the Leeward Islands. As per the Projected Path of Hurricane Ike (picture below), the hurricane would reach Florida or Cuba by early next week. Hurricane Hannah is now projected to hit South Carolina and North Carolina and Tropical Storm Josephine is also beginning to pick up speed and intensity in the Atlantic.

Oil prices have already started going up as the market is concerned that Hurricane Ike may disrupt U.S supplies of crude oil.

For more current updates, forecast and projected path details go to the following links.

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1 Colin September 12, 2008 at 7:47 am

Ike is about to devastate Texas and the third result in google is from Spet 4th and is not accurate at all. Weak.

2 Mike September 12, 2008 at 8:57 am

It clearly states at the beginning of this page that there is a more a recent and updated entry about Hurricane Ike. Obviously this entry was only accurate for the date and a few days after it was posted on. This is a storm that is moving. Open your eyes and read properly.

3 Marshall Thomas September 16, 2008 at 10:26 am

i think that we have done and learned alot more than we did when hurricane katrina hit. we know more about how to evacuate and prepare for this type of thing. and thankfully we have many lovely, and nice people to help us rebuild any community destroyed by the hurricane.

4 Marshall Thomas September 16, 2008 at 10:29 am

staring into the darkness
i touch my cheek and feel the
wetness from my tears
the note in my hand
it took me a lifetime to write
in deep description why i had to
end it here
and now
my other hand occupied
by a rough, shiny, metal object
the cuts felt so good for so long
but the pain finally took over
it had created a dark cloud above
my head
wait
i hear someone in the house
need to do this fast
ugh
the pain flows from my body
i am free

5 James Kingsmill June 17, 2009 at 12:56 am

Boy that forecast was way off base wasn’t it?

6 hurricane spongebob May 28, 2010 at 12:47 pm

Wow. This shows how hard hurricanes are to predict. First Florida, then the true path?

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