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This image from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows Hurricane Gonzalo in the Caribbean on October 14, 2014 as it heads toward Bermuda.

Residents of Bermuda have been preparing for Hurricane Gonzalo, which started to impact the island this morning and will continue to pummel the area for the next 12-18 hours. With maximum sustained winds at 130 mph, Gonzalo is a Category 4 but the latest forecasts from the Bermuda Weather Service indicate that it will hit the island as a “solid three, whereas at the last advisory it was a three tapering down to a two,” said BWS director Kimberley Zuill in the Royal Gazette.

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