Tropical Depression Fourteen, which formed over the western Caribbean Sea on Thursday, has become better organized this evening. An Air Force Reconnaissance aircraft investigating the system confirmed that the depression has strengthened, and, accordingly, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) has reclassified it as Tropical Storm Marco. It is the thirteenth
Two new tropical depressions, numbered Thirteen (right) and Fourteen (left) respectively, have formed in the Atlantic basin. Both of these systems are expected to impact land and could intensify into significant hurricanes. Tropical Depression THIRTEEN Tropical Depression Thirteen was designated in the Main Development Region of the Atlantic Ocean last
Tropical Storm Kyle formed this afternoon over the northwestern Atlantic Ocean, and is expected to undergo further strengthening over the Gulf Stream. The forecast for Kyle predicts some strengthening, and a 50 mph peak is forecast to occur in a couple days. Kyle’s wind field is also expected to expand
Force Thirteen’s revamped Automated Streaming Service has been reactivated to cover Tropical Storm Josephine, currently a weak tropical storm located east of the Lesser Antilles. You can watch this feed and Force Thirteen’s brand new 24/7 Cyclone Tracker here on the Force Thirteen Youtube Channel.
The tropical wave and associated area of low pressure over the central tropical Atlantic Ocean (designated Invest 95L by the United States Navy), has become better defined today, and now meets the criteria to be classified as the newest tropical cyclone of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season. It is the
The broad area of disturbed weather that the National Hurricane Center (NHC) has been monitoring for the past few days as Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine has finally consolidated sufficiently to be classified as Tropical Storm Isaias (pronounced “ees-ah-EE-ahs”). It is the ninth named storm of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season,
Hurricane Hanna made landfall this afternoon on July 25 as a strong Category 1 hurricane on San Padre Island in southern Texas, packing winds of up to 90 mph. The journey to a strong hurricane landfall has been notable- Hanna’s intensification was largely unprecedented, with initial NHC forecasts only predicting