Effects of hurricane Michael. © AP Photo / Gerald Herbert
WASHINGTON, 11 Oct — the Storm “Michael” has caused flash floods in the States of North Carolina and Virginia, according to the national center for the prevention of hurricanes.
The wind inside the storm weakened to 85 kilometers per hour, whereas before it reached 250 kilometers per hour.
Forecasters expect Thursday or Friday morning the storm will leave the territory of the United States and will move eastward across the Atlantic ocean. By Monday, if “Michael” did not subside, he could reach the coast of the British Isles.