Hurricane Sam expected to get stronger but poses no threat to land

Hurricane Sam expected to get stronger but poses no threat to land

Path of 18th named storm of 2021 Atlantic hurricane season will keep it out to sea, avoiding devastation and destruction

Hurricane Sam became the 18th named storm of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season last week, strengthening to hurricane status within 24 hours, and becoming a category 4 storm over the weekend. Maximum sustained winds reached 155mph at the peak of the storm, but this was to be short-lived as Sam began to weaken by Monday.

Warm sea surface temperatures in the Atlantic are expected to fuel Sam this week but the storm’s path will keep it out to sea, avoiding devastation and destruction on land for many.

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