Hurricane Bill on Collision Course with Bermuda




The Associated Press reports that the first hurricane of this year's Atlantic season picked up strength over open waters on a path toward Bermuda. Hurricane Bill is expected to become a major hurricane in the next couple of days, with winds topping 110 mph. Hours after becoming a hurricane Monday, Bill's top wind speed jumped to 90 mph. Over the Atlantic, Hurricane Bill quickly strengthened, and forecasters think it could be a major hurricane by Wednesday.

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