The National Hurricane Center has added one subtropical storm to last year’s tally of tropical weather.
South Florida can breathe a sigh of relief Saturday as the rather slow 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season has come to an end—but emergency officials say that resident’s should still remain prepared.
The early predictions for the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season favored an above-average season. But as the season comes to a close, the Atlantic has churned out the fewest number of hurricanes since 1982.
Subtropical storm Melissa has taken a turn to the northeast as it continues its trek north across the central Atlantic. At 4 p.m. the center of the storm was about 645 miles east of Bermuda.
Many people have November 30th circled on their calendars because it’s the end of the hurricane season. But before we wrap it up, forecasters are keeping tabs on a subtropical storm which formed in the northern Atlantic on Monday.
Tropical Storm Lorenzo began to weaken Wednesday morning. At 11 a.m., the 13th tropical storm of the season was about 955 miles east of Bermuda.
Tropical Storm Lorenzo strengthened a bit Tuesday morning, but it’s still a fish storm heading away from us.
The 13th Tropical Storm of the season formed in the Atlantic Ocean Monday.
The National Hurricane Center has issued its last advisory for Karen.
Tropical Storm Jerry is slowly drifting to the west in the far eastern Atlantic Ocean.