Puerto Rico hurricane watch, warning resources:
Click the second tab, “Active Storms,” on the above link.
Puerto Rico, which is in the Atlantic Ocean, has a hurricane season which runs from June 1 to November 30, with the peak occurring between mid-August and late October. Historically, most storms that hit Puerto Rico hard, occurred in September.
September 6, 2017 Hurricane Irma
September 21, 1998 Hurricane George, Category 3. 96% of the electrical system was lost for 1.3 million people. Water and sewer service was lost for 75% of the island’s population.
September 26, 1932 Hurricane San Ciprian
September 13, 1928 Hurricane San Felipe II
Hurricane Irma’s cone shows the probable path of the storm center. This doesn’t show the size of the storm, just the probable path:
MOST LIKELY arrival time of tropical storm force winds:
EARLIEST reasonable arrival time of tropical storm force winds:
EARLIEST reasonable arrival time of tropical storm force winds, without colors:
Tropical storm force wind speed probabilities:
Hurricane force wind speed probabilities: