MARIORA- Hurricane Obodo, currently in the ocean north of Farax, could hit Quphellas. Weather reports suggest that the Level 3 Hurricane Obodo is heading southeast, from it’s current location northwest of Farax. If the reports are right, the hurricane would follow a similar path that devasting Hurricane Carly followed in 2009.
When Hurricane Carly hit the northern Quphellas coastline in May of 2009, it caused massive damage to Mariora and the eastern Fremont-Monhiel Metro Area. The level 5 hurricane had damaged thousands of buildings and displaced thousands of residents. It also damaged infrastructure, such as making Wetland Road, which had been the route for FR 100 at the time, useless. The road is still being repaired today. The hurricane also damaged Froiengamean Air Army Base, which caused the base to close down for 3 months.
Farax National Weather Serive (FNWS) director Wesley Graham released this statement on Friday morning.
“Weather reports from FNWS has suggested that Hurricane Obodo could hit the northern Quphellas coastline within several days. The Hurricane is a level 3 and could cause damage to the Mariora and FM Metro areas.”
The possible path of Hurricane Obodo shown here.
Residents of northern Quphellas have been advised to evacuate the Mariora Metro area if possible. It is highly recommended that any citizen in the area who cannot evacuate should not go outside, and that they should stay in their basement or bathroom inside their residence since those are the safest parts of a typical house. Residents who live in a multi-story building or a trailer are recommended to go to a Hurricane Shelter.