Tropical Storm Ida moving eastward in Atlantic - FOX 8 WVUE New Orleans News, Weather, Sports, Social

Tropical Storm Ida moving eastward in Atlantic

Photo via National Hurricane Center Photo via National Hurricane Center

MIAMI (AP) - Tropical Storm Ida is moving slowly eastward in the Atlantic.

The storm's maximum sustained winds early Thursday are near 40 mph (65 kph) with little change in strength expected over the next two days.

The storm is centered about 1,155 miles (1,855 kilometers) east of the northern Leeward Islands and is moving east near 6 mph (9 kph).

Copyright 2015 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

  • NationalMore>>

  • House Speaker says he's not leaving Congress anytime soon

    House Speaker says he's not leaving Congress anytime soon

    Thursday, December 14 2017 1:55 PM EST2017-12-14 18:55:25 GMT
    Thursday, December 14 2017 3:46 PM EST2017-12-14 20:46:35 GMT
    House Speaker Paul Ryan says he's not leaving Congress anytime soon.more>>
    House Speaker Paul Ryan says he's not leaving Congress anytime soon.more>>
  • No jail for fertility doctor who lied about using own sperm

    No jail for fertility doctor who lied about using own sperm

    Thursday, December 14 2017 1:24 AM EST2017-12-14 06:24:39 GMT
    Thursday, December 14 2017 3:46 PM EST2017-12-14 20:46:11 GMT
    A retired Indianapolis fertility doctor accused of inseminating patients with his own sperm is set to plead guilty to charges that he lied to investigators.more>>
    A retired Indianapolis fertility doctor accused of inseminating patients with his own sperm is set to plead guilty to charges that he lied to investigators.more>>
  • California will set more fires to try to stop wildfires

    California will set more fires to try to stop wildfires

    Thursday, December 14 2017 2:48 PM EST2017-12-14 19:48:23 GMT
    Thursday, December 14 2017 3:45 PM EST2017-12-14 20:45:06 GMT
    California's seemingly endless cycle of wildfires is helping drive plans to do more "controlled burns" that thin forests choked with dead trees and withered underbrush that if left unchecked can feed monster...more>>
    California's seemingly endless cycle of wildfires is helping drive plans to do more "controlled burns" that thin forests choked with dead trees and withered underbrush that if left unchecked can feed monster blazes that force entire communities to flee.more>>
Powered by Frankly