The weather models of the Hurricane Center in Miami (United States) suggest that the remains of Hurricane Leslie approaching the Canary Islands and may affect the Islands from next Thursday in the form of a deep storm.
This is how the hurricane and tropical storm monitoring center in Miami reported Sunday.
The GFS model solves for the TT #Leslie trajectory that takes him to cross the Islands #Canary Islands on Thursday, 12Z on October 11, entering the western islands, with a maximum wind of 56 kt. #Leslie It would arrive as a line of instability in the Gulf of Cádiz and Algarve on 14OCT. pic.twitter.com/62d9SOuSOH
– Esteban Perdomo (@EstebanWXcast) October 6, 2018
The path of the remains of Hurricane Leslie You can change but the meteorologists are following it if the models are met, which place it in the Canaries from Thursday or Friday.
It is still early to determine if those models are going to meet but some weather websites talk about "concern" among the experts.
This is the case of the Mediaset website (Tele 5 and Cuatro). "Rains, winds and a lot of instability The approach of Hurricane Leslie worries (and a lot) to Spanish meteorologists, with category 1, it is currently crossing the Atlantic taking more and more strength," says Mediaset weather website.
Hurricane Leslie approaches the Canaries: we give you all the details https://t.co/gdLnPyrqdK pic.twitter.com/tY0ZV5xjwL
– Telecinco (@telecincoes) October 7, 2018
This page of meteorological information adds: "Of everything, what more impatient is its trajectory, that according to the models point directly towards the Canary Islands": "It seems that it will arrive there next Thursday in the form of storm", has affirmed our meteorologist , Rosemary Alker. This is all that is known so far, "he adds.
Some meteorological models try to bring the "remains" of the outside #hurricane cat. 1 in waters of #Atlantic #Leslie as "Ex- #Leslie"towards the archipelago of #Canary Islands for him #PuenteDelPilar. The uncertainty is very high. For the time being, this is your planned route. pic.twitter.com/2wdfizIU8N
– InfoMeteoTuit (@InfoMeteoTuit) October 6, 2018