Travel Warnings Tropical Storm Nicole
Wednesday – September 29th, 2010
According to the National Weather Service, Nicole is now a tropical storm. Its current path has it heading late Wednesday to the Florida coast. Despite the fact that it is not slated to become any stronger, the East Coast is sure to feel the effects of Nicole in the form of localized flooding.
Nicole will combine its power with an already stalled area of weather causing steady rain, heavy at times throughout many of the East Coast states. This warning includes the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, South Carolina and North Carolina, who have already seen heavy flooding in some areas. Impacts may be felt further north as well depending on Nicole’s track. For further information, check your destinations specific weather on the National Weather Service.
An Active Hurricane Season 2010 Be Prepared With Bill Bailey Travel Club
Nicole is the seasons 14th named storm, making 2010 an incredibly active hurricane season , in fact, one of the most active in years. This weather pattern impedes many travelers already scheduled plans. Scheduling your vacation around the inclement weather includes making alternate plans indoors in case of less than desirable conditions.
Bill Bailey Travel Club advises you to plan ahead when traveling in an area that you are unfamiliar with. If you choose to travel to areas impacted by hurricanes and tropical storms during the peak season, be prepared and know what to do in case you plans are interrupted by the weather. Make the most of your vacations and stay up to date on travel news with Bill Bailey Travel Club.