Meteorological ‘bomb’ is about to go off in the Bering Strait
Fans of The Deadliest Catch know that the Bering Strait isn’t exactly a tranquil region, but what is about to happen may set a new all-time record for the strongest storm the area has seen since at least the 1950s.
In other words: Fishermen need to get the heck out of there. Now.
Computer models have been signaling for days that the remnants of what is now Typhoon Nuri — once the second-most intense tropical cyclone on record this season — will undergo a transition into an extratropical storm system as it moves northeast, away from Japan, over the next few days.
By Investment Watch
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