Tracking Fiona

What was Tropical Depression Seven is now Tropical Storm Fiona, the sixth named storm in the Atlantic this season.

What You Need To Know

  • Fiona became the sixth named storm in the Atlantic
  • It could strengthen slightly over the next couple of days
  • Fiona is expected to bring impacts to the Leeward Islands, Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico later this week

Fiona became a tropical storm on Wednesday, Sept. 14. Even though wind shear and dry air will prevent it from significantly intensifying, but some additional strengthening is expected later this week.

Regardless of strength, this cyclone will likely bring strong winds and heavy rainfall to the Leeward Islands, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico by Friday.

As of now, most models agree that this system will continue moving west, interacting with the islands.

Spaghetti models or plots show a series of individual computer forecast models together on one map. They are useful to give insight into whether multiple models are in agreement on the path of the storm but they do not address the storm’s forecast intensity, winds, flooding and storm surge potential or other data. Tap here for more details on how to best use these models.

See how the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season has gone so far.

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