Hurricane Centers Track Irene

Hurricane Irene Becomes Category 2 Storm
Hurricane Irene Becomes Category 2 Storm
CARIBBEAN SEA - AUGUST 23: In this handout GOES satellite image provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Hurricane Irene, with sustained winds of 100 mph, becomes a Category 2 hurricane August 23, 2011 in the Caribbean Sea. The storm is predicted to strengthen even more, possible into Category 3 in the next 36 hours. (Photo by NOAA via Getty Images)
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Hurricane Irene Strengthens
AT SEA - AUGUST 22: In this handout image provided by NASA acquired by the crew of the International Space Station, recently-formed Hurricane Irene is seen August 22, 2011 over the coastal waters of Venezuela. At the time Irene was packing winds of 80mph and was just north of the Mona Passage between Hispaniola and Puerto Rico. Although no eye was visible at this time, the storm was strengthening and exhibited the size and structure of a classic "Cape Verde" hurricane as it tracked west-northwestward towards the southern Bahamas. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)
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Miami Hurricane Center Tracks Path Of Hurricane Irene
Miami Hurricane Center Tracks Path Of Hurricane Irene
MIAMI, FL - AUGUST 24: Computer screens are seen as specialists track Hurricane Irene at the National Hurricane Center on August 24, 2011 in Miami, Florida. Irene is on track to move over the Bahamas as a category 3 storm and from there cooler ocean temperatures are expected to lessen the wind speeds, but it could still be a major storm as it approaches the North Carolina coast August 27. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Miami Hurricane Center Tracks Path Of Hurricane Irene
Miami Hurricane Center Tracks Path Of Hurricane Irene
MIAMI, FL - AUGUST 24: Senior Hurricane Specialist Daniel Brown studies computer models as he tracks Hurricane Irene at the National Hurricane Center on August 24, 2011 in Miami, Florida. Irene is on track to move over the Bahamas as a category 3 storm and from there cooler ocean temperatures are expected to lessen the wind speeds, but it could still be a major storm as it approaches the North Carolina coast August 27. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Miami Hurricane Center Tracks Path Of Hurricane Irene
Miami Hurricane Center Tracks Path Of Hurricane Irene
MIAMI, FL - AUGUST 24: Hurricane Specialist Eric Blake works on tracking Hurricane Irene at the National Hurricane Center on August 24, 2011 in Miami, Florida. Irene is on track to move over the Bahamas as a category 3 storm and from there cooler ocean temperatures are expected to lessen the wind speeds, but it could still be a major storm as it approaches the North Carolina coast August 27. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Miami Hurricane Center Tracks Path Of Hurricane Irene
Miami Hurricane Center Tracks Path Of Hurricane Irene
MIAMI, FL - AUGUST 24: Hurricane Specialist Eric Blake works on tracking Hurricane Irene at the National Hurricane Center on August 24, 2011 in Miami, Florida. Irene is on track to move over the Bahamas as a category 3 storm and from there cooler ocean temperatures are expected to lessen the wind speeds, but it could still be a major storm as it approaches the North Carolina coast August 27. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Miami Hurricane Center Tracks Path Of Hurricane Irene
Miami Hurricane Center Tracks Path Of Hurricane Irene
MIAMI, FL - AUGUST 24: Senior Hurricane Specialist Jack Beven tracks Hurricane Irene at the National Hurricane Center on August 24, 2011 in Miami, Florida. Irene is on track to move over the Bahamas as a category 3 storm and from there cooler ocean temperatures are expected to lessen the wind speeds, but it could still be a major storm as it approaches the North Carolina coast August 27. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Miami Hurricane Center Tracks Path Of Hurricane Irene
Miami Hurricane Center Tracks Path Of Hurricane Irene
MIAMI, FL - AUGUST 24: Senior Hurricane Specialist Daniel Brown studies Hurricane Irene at the National Hurricane Center on August 24, 2011 in Miami, Florida. Irene is on track to move over the Bahamas as a category 3 storm and from there cooler ocean temperatures are expected to lessen the wind speeds, but it could still be a major storm as it approaches the North Carolina coast August 27. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Hurricane Irene Heads Toward U.S.
Hurricane Irene Heads Toward U.S.
CARIBBEAN SEA - AUGUST 24: In this handout MODIS satellite image provided by the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Hurricane Irene churns over the Bahamas on August 24, 2011 in the Caribbean Sea. Irene, now a Category 3 storm with winds of 120 miles per hour, is projected to possibly clip the Outer Banks region of North Carolina before moving up the eastern seaboard of the U.S. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)
Hurricane Irene Heads Toward U.S.
Hurricane Irene Heads Toward U.S.
CARIBBEAN SEA - AUGUST 24: In this handout MODIS satellite image provided by the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Hurricane Irene (top center) churns over the Bahamas on August 24, 2011 in the Caribbean Sea. Irene, now a Category 3 storm with winds of 120 miles per hour, is projected to possibly clip the Outer Banks region of North Carolina before moving up the eastern seaboard of the U.S. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)
Hurricane Irene's Eye Forms
Hurricane Irene's Eye Forms
CARIBBEAN SEA - AUGUST 24: In this handout GOES satellite image provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), colorized infrared and visible images show Hurricane Irene's eye forming on August 24, 2011 in the Caribbean Sea. After weakening slightly overnight, Irene's strength has come back with winds currently measured at 115 mph. The last hurricane hunter reconnaissance mission also measured a central pressure of 966 millibars, a decrease from the previous flight, and further indication of the storm's organization and intensification. In fact, an eye can now be seen in satellite imagery. Throughout the day, Irene is predicted to strengthen, with winds of around 125 mph as it continues its projected path along the U.S coastline. (Photo by NOAA via Getty Images)
Hurricane Heads Toward U.S.
Hurricane Heads Toward U.S.
CARIBBEAN SEA - AUGUST 24: In this handout satellite image provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), shows Hurricane Irene on August 24, 2011 in the Caribbean Sea. Irene, now a Category 3 storm with winds of 120 miles per hour, is projected to possibly clip the Outer Banks region of North Carolina before moving up the eastern seaboard of the U.S. (Photo by NOAA via Getty Images)
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