The tropical storm Florence turned into a storm on Sunday morning and the U.S. Turned around, for which the forecasts said that at the end of the week there might be a direct hit on the southeast.
The National Hurricane Center said that the constant winds of the storm reached 75 miles per hour above the border for the storm because it was about 750 miles south of Bermuda making its way into the Atlantic in the southeast. It was going 6 miles per hour in the west.
The Miami-based center said that it was still too early to predict the exact path to the storm, but a large coastal area from Northern Florida to North Carolina should be prepared for a major hit.
On Thursday, it is estimated to contact Southeast American coast.
Governors of North and South Carolina and Virginia announced to give time to declare the states of emergency, and Navy said that ships in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia would have left the harbor for their safety.
Florence affected Bermuda has started reaching the dangerous swells and parts of the Eastern Seaboard.