Is Fiona bigger storm than Katrina ? -

Tropical Storm Fiona is moving very fast and it is very close to the coast of the Dominican Republic

Weather forecast team said that Fiona can also turn into a destructive hurricane.

Hurricane Fiona is more likely to strike the United States territory southern coast on Sunday afternoon with heavy rain and strong wind.

Fiona Hurricane had wind speed of 95 kph and was moving west-northwest at 13 kph.

Fiona is reaching just two days before the anniversary of Hurricane Maria, a very deadly Category 4 storm that hit the coasts on 20 September 2017 and spread devastation all over.

Tropical storm Maria in September 2017 caused the biggest power outage in U.S. history. In that category 4 hurricane, 1.5 million clients lost power with 80% of electrical cables took out.

A storm is considered a Category 1 Hurricane when sustained wind speeds reach 74 mph or greater.

National Hurricane Center  to issue a hurricane warning and alerts for "life threatening floods and mudslides" for the U.S. territory and watches for the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Chances are low that it will become category 5 storm but it still is very dangerous hurricane, we hope everyone be safe from this storm.