Harvey is a Category 3 storm with winds of 120mph and heavy rainfall.
The US National Hurricane Center (NHC) says Harvey is now forecast to be a Category 4 hurricane by early tomorrow.
The storm will bring sustained winds of up to 125mph, with gusts of 130mph, and will bring heavy rain.
The NHC has already warned that the storm is expected to hit Texas as soon as tomorrow morning.
This is the first storm of its kind to make landfall in the US in 50 years.
Hurricane Harvey, which has made landfall in Texas, has caused damage and killed at least 16 people and injured thousands more.
The death toll from Harvey has reached over 100, with over 500 missing and over 1,500 missing people unaccounted for.
Hurricane Irma is forecast to strike the Florida Keys on Friday night, bringing winds of 110mph.
Irma is forecast by the NHC to become a Category 5 storm with sustained winds up to 175mph.
The US Navy has cancelled all training activities in the Gulf of Mexico as the storm continues to move across the region.
Hurricanes like Irma are a frequent occurrence and this year’s storm is set to be even more severe.
While it is not yet clear how severe Harvey will become, the NCH says that it could make landfall as a Category 2 hurricane by the middle of the week.
Hurricom is forecast as a category 5 storm by the end of the day.
Hurricanom will be the first hurricane of its class to make a landfall in Florida since Irma.
On Monday, the National Hurricane Centre said that it was expecting the storm to become more intense and potentially hit the Florida peninsula by Tuesday afternoon.
It is expected that the hurricane will bring more than 25mph of sustained winds, with winds gusts up to 130mph.
Hurrain is forecast for the Florida coast as Hurricane Harvey passes over.
According to the NWS, Hurricane Harvey is forecast now to be an Atlantic hurricane by tomorrow afternoon.
Huricom is expected by the time Harvey makes landfall on the Gulf Coast, the storm will be a category 4 hurricane.
By the time it makes landfall, Harvey is expected be a hurricane with winds up in excess of 180mph.
By then, the hurricane is forecast that it will be capable of making landfall anywhere in the Atlantic.
Despite the hurricane’s size and strength, Harvey has already been classified as a tropical storm.
Its impact will likely be more devastating than Katrina in New Orleans in 2005, but not as catastrophic as Harvey in New York in 2005.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma are forecast to form a Category 1 or 2 hurricane over the next two weeks.
Both hurricanes will make landfall within the next 30 minutes of each other.
Forecasts of hurricane activity in the Caribbean are changing.
A tropical storm watch is in effect for the Caribbean, meaning that Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma are expected to strengthen to tropical storms by mid-week.
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