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Sun Aug 30, 2020, 07:28 PM

Peak Atlantic hurricane season

(Tampa Bay Times) There is another tropical disturbance that forecasters can add to the other two they’re monitoring in the Atlantic Ocean.

All have the potential to develop into the next named storms of this busy Atlantic storm season.

None poses an imminent threat to Florida, according to the National Hurricane Center, but they all have a growing chance of developing into a tropical depression or storm next week. That concerns anyone who lives within range of a hurricane or tropical storm that comes roaring out of the Atlantic.

The one with the highest chance of developing into a named storm is Disturbance 2, a tropical wave located just southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands in the eastern Atlantic near the African coast. This area is known for being a nursery for tropical systems that eventually become hurricanes, according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration hurricane researcher Jason Dunion. ............(more)

https://www.tampabay.com/hurricane/2020/08/29/the-atlantic-now-has-3-tropical-systems-which-will-strengthen-first/



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Sun Aug 30, 2020, 07:34 PM

1. Let's hope for more fish storms

Sorry to all the fish though.

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Sun Aug 30, 2020, 07:37 PM

2. Trump is chomping at his bit to nuke some as experiments.

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Sun Aug 30, 2020, 07:37 PM

3. I use Weather Underground* to monitor my local weather and other points of interest.

They also feature a "More" tab at the top of their webpage that allows you to select Severe Weather and that gives the rundown on all storms in the Atlantic, the Pacific and other parts of our world.
It's very thorough and I picked up on storms I hadn't heard of yet.

*link: https://www.wunderground.com/

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