Government of the Bahamas isssues warning over Hurricane Hanna
Monday, September 1, 2008
According to the National Hurricane Service the maximum sustained wind speed of the hurricane will be 120 km/h.
The hurricane is expected to produce up to twenty centimeters of rainfall over the affected areas of the Bahamas.
Forecasters have also predicted that the hurricane my strike the United States. "Right now, the uncertainty is such that it could hit anywhere from Miami to the outer banks of North Carolina," commented Jessica Schauer Clark, a spokesperson National Hurricane Center. "So people really need to keep an eye on it."
- "Hurricane HANNA Public Advisory" — , September 1, 2008
- "Hurricane Hanna forms; warnings issued for Bahamas" — , September 1, 2008
- "Hanna becomes hurricane" — , September 1, 2008