This remarkable satellite image shows that Hurricane Florence is one of the nine potentially dangerous storms that circulate in the world.
The image circles some of the points where the most extreme weather is set to hit the world this week, giving a word of warning about the dangers they pose.
The weather in Jamaica published the photograph online, saying: "This is going to be a crazy ending for the week! Take a look at the tropics.
The satellite image shows nine extreme weather events that could pose a threat
Each storm is clearly highlighted on the map and identified by a name, which shows that Hurricane Florence is not the only storm that threatens to devastate civilians.
In the image, you can see Hurricane Helene and Hurricane Isaac circling over the Atlantic Ocean while storm 95L is in the process of collision for the Caribbean.
Hurricane Olivia heads towards Hawaii when Tropical Storm Paul approaches the west coast of Mexico.
Storm 91W, Typhoon Mangkhut and Storm 27W seem to be heading towards Southeast Asia as they line up in the western Pacific.
Thousands of residents in North and South Carolina have fled their homes because Hurricane Florence, the largest of the extreme weather conditions on the map, looks like it will make its way across the East Coast.
The meteorologists have given the hurricane Florence, that now goes towards the EE. UU., A force of four levels of category, which means that the storm could cause important structural damages that cost millions.
Authorities warned that there is a possibility of a life-threatening flood due to increased water as the hurricane will land on Friday.
The image was published online by the climate of Jamaica. The image circles some of the most extreme weather spots to hit parts of the world this week
It is estimated that Typhoon Mangkhut caused damage to the Philippines worth $ 250 million, and rice and corn crops were the most affected by the storm.
Hong Kong and Macao are expected to be swept away by the storm, according to the latest trajectory across the Western Pacific.
Grace Beasley said: "I am currently in the Philippines and the country is making great preparations for Typhoon Mangkhut, which has already caused devastation in Guam."
Hurricane Isaac is currently moving through the western tropical Atlantic Ocean, but will likely bring heavy rains and damaging winds to parts of the Lesser Antilles later this week.
Hurricane Helene heads north to open up off the coast of the US UU And now it poses no danger to land after the storm hits the coldest waters of the Atlantic.