Tropical Storm Bonnie 2010: Hurricane Updates on Google Earth

Are you looking for the latest updates on tropical storm Bonnie 2010? If you are, you’ll be pleased to know that we have the latest details on the movement of Bonnie, and also some links for you to track it yourself using Google Earth.

At the moment, Hurricane Bonnie is moving it’s way across South Florida, with heavy rain and wind expected throughout the afternoon.

The good news, is that the storm is not expected to gain strength during it’s travel across Florida, but residents are still advised to be cautious.

For those of you who use Google Earth, you can download a .KML file here, courtesy of On their website, they also have the latest updates on the storm, and also some satellite images for reference.

Have you been affected by tropical storm Bonnie? Let us know your experiences so far.

Written by Alan Ng

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does anyone know if it’s anywhere near tampa/new port richey? we have a holiday home there and are supposed to be coming over from england on tuesday,



does anyone know if its near tampa/new port richey? we have a holiday home there and are supposed to be coming out from england on tuesday!!!


I live in North Florida and it is raining so hard here that water is pouring off the grocery store roof like Niagra Falls or something. The a/c in my car don't work so I had my window half way down and I passed an on coming car and a wave of water came crashing through my window. I thought "I can't believe that just happened."

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