As of 11 AM this morning, Hurricane Danny is a 105 MPH wind, category two hurricane, with a pressure of about 980 millibars, and is making its way slowly to the west-northwest at about 12 MPH.
Not only was this not expected at this time, but due to this rapid strengthening, the intensity models have been steadily increasing the forecasted strength of Danny over the next week or so.
This is the intensity spaghetti model forecast provided by Tropical Tidbits.
Where is Danny Heading?
Locations that may be impacted by Danny over the next five days are the following: The northern Leeward Islands, The Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Hispaniola, The Turks and Caicos, and the Bahamas.
At the moment we are not ruling out a US impact by any means.
Visit our Hurricanes page for more information on the intensity and path of Hurricane Danny.