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Tropical Weather

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  • Quiet hurricane season is first since 1994 without a major storm

    Quiet hurricane season is first since 1994 without a major storm
    A relatively quiet hurricane season is nearing its end, likely to be the first since 1994 without a major hurricane forming in the Atlantic, according to researchers at Colorado State University.
  • Ex-tropical storms Dorian, Flossie unlikely to regenerate

    Ex-tropical storms Dorian, Flossie unlikely to regenerate
    The former tropical storms Dorian and Flossie are similarly facing unfavorable conditions thousands of miles apart, making it unlikely either will regenerate into tropical cyclones. Dorian, which late last week was tracking toward the Bahamas with 60...

    Saharan dust discouraging tropical storm formation as hurricane season peak nears

    Saharan dust discouraging tropical storm formation as hurricane season peak nears
    The peak of hurricane season is approaching later this month, but storm activity in the middle of the Atlantic is unlikely to develop during the first half of August because of a massive cloud of dust from the Sahara Desert moving across the ocean....

    Tropics stirring with two possible storms as season's peak arrives

    Tropics stirring with two possible storms as season's peak arrives
    Two possible tropical storms are developing just in time for the traditional peak of the Atlantic hurricane season. One system is forming between Cuba and Central America and the National Hurricane Center estimates it has a 50 percent chance of...

    Tropical Storm Erin forms off African coast

    Tropical Storm Erin forms off African coast
    Tropical Storm Erin has formed just west of the Cape Verde Islands and is forecast to strengthen as it moves across the Atlantic, at least for a couple of days. The storm was moving at about 15 mph to the west-northwest, with maximum sustained winds...