Peak Hurricane Season Here, Tropical Threats May Form in Atlantic During September

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It had maximum sustained winds of 50 miles per hour (85 kph).

Miriam began as a tropical storm earlier this week in the eastern Pacific Ocean, prior to the formation of the more powerful Hurricane Norman, and developed into a Category 1 hurricane.

The tropical wave that would become Hurricane Irma left Africa a year ago on Monday.

Coupled with less wind shear, this makes for a flawless scenario for a tropical storm. It had maximum sustained winds of fifty miles per hour.

According to the National weather service, "significant flooding" struck many areas in the North-Eastern and Eastern slopes of the Big island.

Tropical Storm DanielleJune 20, 2016 - Tropical Storm Danielle forms in the Bay of Campeche, and later makes landfall north of Tuxpan, Mexico.

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Tropical Storm JerrySeptember 30 - Tropical Storm Jerry develops in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.October 2 - Weakens to a tropical depression.

It was located 1,230 miles east-southeast of Hilo and was moving west at 13 mph.

By Thursday, a large mid- to upper-level trough to the NE of the Hawaiian Islands is expected to cause Miriam to turn NW, then north through Friday night.

Tropical Storm KarenOctober 3 - Tropical Storm Karen forms in the southeastern Gulf of Mexico.October 5 - Downgraded to a depression off the coast of Louisiana.

In the intervening time, Tropical Storm Miriam churned over the jap Pacific with maximum winds of 60 miles per hour.

Additional development is anticipated, and a tropical depression could form over the weekend while the system moves west-northwestward near the Cabo Verde Islands. At least 45 USA deaths are blamed on Matthew: 25 in North Carolina, 13 in Florida, four in SC and three in Georgia.October 9, 2016 - Matthew weakens to a post-tropical cyclone. NASA research has shown that storms with cloud top temperatures that cold (that are very high in the troposphere) have the capability to generate heavy rain. The tropical wave, basically an area of low-pressure is being watched closely right now as it moves west-northwest through the Lesser Antilles.