Active Tropical Season Continues


The Atlantic hurricane season continues to stay active. Currently, there are five named storms in the Atlantic basin!

Hurricane Paulette will continue to pull away from Bermuda today, but the island will continue to feel the effects of the hurricane into tonight. Paulette currently has maximum winds of 100 mph. The system is forecast to become post-tropical by the end of the week.

Tropical Depression Rene has winds of 30 mph and currently poses no threat to land. It will weaken and dissipate by late Wednesday.

Sally rapidly strengthened into a hurricane Monday morning. As of 11 AM, the storm was producing maximum winds of 90 mph. Hurricane Warnings are in place from Morgan City, LA to the Alabama/Florida border. *This does include New Orleans.*
9-14 Sally Forecast Track

Tropical Storm Teddy is expected to gradually strengthen over the next few days and become a hurricane by Tuesday night/Wednesday morning. This system currently poses no threat to land.

Vicky is the 20th named storm of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season! Tropical Storm Vicky is expected to be short-lived.

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