Hurricane Jerry Still On Track To Pass Safe Distance North Of Antigua & Barbuda

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Meteorologist, Dale Destin, says Jerry is on track to pass a safe distance to the north of Antigua & Barbuda.

However, due to the passage of Jerry, between now and 2 am tonight, the potential rainfall for Antigua is around one inch and for Barbuda around two inches.

Jerry has strengthened to a Category 2 hurricane today and was packing sustained winds of 105 mph in the Atlantic as it headed in the direction of the northern Leeward Islands.

The storm will pass north of the islands later Friday and well north of Puerto Rico on Saturday

 

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  1. Lord God in Your mercy hear our prayers. As the storm raging in the Atlantic, we pray it will go it marry way from any landmass and Your protected shield over the islands. In the Name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

  2. Oh creator I pray that u answer our prayer please lord calm your waters and wind from any more distruction to your people please father I pray Amen&Amen.

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