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Tropical Storm Epsilon Forms in the Atlantic as Another Storm Brews in the Caribbean

Tropical Storm Epsilon has formed in the central Atlantic Ocean and is expected to intensify into a hurricane before tracking close to Bermuda late this week. There's also an area that bears watching for tropical development in the western Caribbean Sea.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 10/19/2020, 3:27:01 PM
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Hurricane Delta Strikes Mexico As the Storm Makes its Way Towards the US Gulf Coast

Hurricane Delta made landfall on Mexico's Yucat√°n Peninsula as a Category 2 storm around 6:30 a.m. forecasters warn that it will restrengthen when it returns to the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico possibly becoming a Category 4 hurricane again by late Thursday.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 10/7/2020, 11:17:37 AM
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Deadly Tropical Storm Gamma Stalls While Tropical Storm Delta Forms in the Gulf of Mexico

Tropical Storm Delta quickly strengthens into a strong tropical storm, after Tropical Storm Gamma stuck Mexico over the weekend killing 6 people.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 10/5/2020, 3:28:07 PM
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Contrasting Temperatures Brew Between the East and the West This Week

Due to a dip in the Jet stream this week, temperatures will contrast between the East and the West. Bringing elevated fire risk to some and heavy rain to others.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 9/28/2020, 4:38:50 PM
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Tropical Storm Wilfred Forms in the Atlantic; Another System in the Gulf Could Become Tropical Storm Alpha

At the height of hurricane season, we have now ran through all the names of the Atlantic season.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 9/18/2020, 2:27:53 PM
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For the Second Time on Record, Five Tropical Cyclones Swirl in the Atlantic at The Same Time

For only the second time on record, there are 5 Named Storm systems in the Atlantic Basin. While the Gulf coast prepares for Hurricane Sally, forecasters are monitoring the Atlantic for further development of the storms.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 9/14/2020, 3:48:01 PM
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Tropical Storms Paulette and Rene Make Their Way Westward

Record breaking tropical storms, Paulette and Rene formed Monday in the Atlantic. Paulette is now the earliest 16th Atlantic named storm, forming earlier than the previous record-holder, Philippe, which developed on Sept. 17, 2005.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 9/8/2020, 3:08:58 PM
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Laura Upgraded to a Category 4 Hurricane, National Hurricane Center Warns of 'Unsurvivable' Destructive Waves for Texas and Louisiana

Hurricane Laura, a major Category 4 storm, is set to hit near the Texas-Louisiana border on Thursday morning as local officials scramble to evacuate thousands of residents.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 8/26/2020, 3:14:48 PM
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Back-To-Back Storms Approach the Gulf Coast This Week. Marco Weakens to a Tropical Depression as Laura Grows Stronger

Tropical Storm, Marco approaches the United States Coast as Laura Lingers Close Behind.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 8/24/2020, 1:12:12 PM
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Two Hurricanes Could Form In Gulf Of Mexico Next Week For The First Time on Record

Two tropical systems are heading toward the Gulf of Mexico, and both of them may form into hurricanes before reaching the U.S. mainland early next week.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 8/21/2020, 3:46:46 PM
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