Teddy is transitioning from a hurricane to an "extratropical storm" as it moves north of the Gulf Stream, gets a boost from a jet-stream plunge and combines with a … Teddy and Hurricane Laura have been the two … After 48 h, the path of Teddy should take it over some cooler waters caused by upwelling from Hurricane Paulette last week. Large waves generated by massive Hurricane Teddy are likely to cause life-threatening surf and rip current conditions along much of the East Coast for several days, the National Hurricane Center said in its latest update on the storm, released Sunday morning, Sept. 20. The storm was forecast to regain Category 2 strength before … This should cause the cyclone to slowly weaken. The size of Teddy's tropical storm-force (in orange) and hurricane-force (in purple) wind fields as of 5 p.m. EDT, Sep. 22, 2020, as analyzed by the National Hurricane Center. ... We might be hearing about Hurricane Teddy quite a bit in the next few days. Wind gusts of tropical-storm-force have been reported on … I've been watching it for a couple of weeks now since it's always had some level of threat to head up near us. The National Hurricane Center issued three key messages as Hurricane Teddy approaches Bermuda and grows in size: The center of Teddy is forecast to move east of Bermuda today. Andrew Hill was also out watching the waves at Lawrencetown, and agreed the size of the waves was "a let down, honestly." The National Hurricane Center issued three key messages as Hurricane Teddy approaches Bermuda and grows in size: The center of Teddy is forecast to move east of Bermuda today. An update Monday from the National Hurricane Center declared Teddy a Category 1 hurricane. Former Hurricane Teddy, which is now a post-tropical cyclone dwindling just west of Newfoundland in Canada, grew significantly in size and strength after it passed by Bermuda on Monday. Hurricane Teddy size growth forecast.+24 hours and +66 hours from now.From latest GFS run. By 96 h, vertical wind shear is forecast to increase ahead of an approaching mid-latitude trough and associated frontal boundary. “This shell patch brought to you by Hurricane Teddy's storm swells, the strong Northeast wind and the astronomical high tides brought on by the new moon.” One commenter shared that her daughter found more than 30 full size conch shells, all intact, over the weekend. The strongest Hurricanes of the season so far, Hurricane Teddy is rifling through Bermuda as we speak, delivering pumping surf across the Caribbean and could be the gold standard for the US east coast.