Hurricane Larry has formed far in the eastern Atlantic and is expected to strengthen into a major hurricane on Friday with top winds possibly reach 130 mph by Sunday night, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Although the system is not an immediate threat to any land, the forecast shows Larry tracking west then northwest generally in the direction of the Caribbean Sea through Sunday. The forecast only projects Larry’s potential path through Monday morning, but the hurricane center said conditions are in place that could make Larry one of the longest-duration tropical systems on record.
Here’s the latest forecast track, including the various so-called “spaghetti models” that show the track forecasted by the various computer models.
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