National Hurricane Center: Three tropical waves that develop in the Atlantic Ocean as the height of the hurricane season approaches

Raleigh – National Hurricane Center Watching three tropical waves in the Atlantic Storm Basin, at least one of them is very likely to form in a tropical depression.

The most disturbing tropical waves are located over the eastern Atlantic Ocean. It’s currently just a disorganized bunch of rain and thunderstorms, but by next week it might be over.

The system moves from west to northwest in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. There you will encounter more favorable conditions to harden it and organize it into a stronger system.

There is a 50 percent chance that a storm will turn into a tropical depression in two days. There is a 90% chance that the storm will turn into a tropical depression in the next five days.

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The other system in the Atlantic has only a 10 percent chance of evolving in the next five days

The Third System still exists over Africa. Long-term projections give this system a chance to build, but it won’t happen until the middle or end of next week.

Developing several systems simultaneously is not unusual at this time of year. Mid-September is the height of the hurricane season.

However, this hurricane season was more active than usual. They are on their way to having the most named storm ever, breaking the record set in 2005. The following tropical storms all set records as their earliest first messages ever: Cristobal, Edward, Faye, Gonzalo, Hanna, Isaias, Josephine, Kyle, Laura, Marco, Nana, and Omar.

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