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Tropical Storm Rosa forms off Mexico’s Pacific coast

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Tropical Storm Rosa has formed off Mexico’s Pacific coast, and while it is expected to strengthen, forecasters say it will remain far offshore. The U.S. National Hurricane Center..
Seattle Times

Tropical Storm Kirk Moving West Across Atlantic

Tropical Storm Kirk was continuing to move west across the eastern Atlantic but didn't pose any threat to land, forecasters said before a Monday morning advisory from the National Hurricane Center..
Newsmax

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Tracking the Tropics | September 25 [Video]Tracking the Tropics | September 25

Greg Dee is tracking tropical developments in the Atlantic.

ABC Action News -   02:00

As Tropical Depression Kirk dissipates, system between Bermuda, Bahamas could develop [Video]As Tropical Depression Kirk dissipates, system between Bermuda, Bahamas could develop

The National Hurricane Center is keeping watch over several weather systems in the Atlantic Ocean, including Tropical Depression Kirk.

NYDN tronc -   01:34

Tracking the Tropics | September 21 at 7pm [Video]Tracking the Tropics | September 21 at 7pm

Jason Adams is tracking tropical developments in the Atlantic.

ABC Action News -   01:43

Tracking the Tropics | September 21 [Video]Tracking the Tropics | September 21

Greg Dee is tracking tropical developments in the Atlantic.

ABC Action News -   01:32

Tracking the Tropics | September 20 at 7pm [Video]Tracking the Tropics | September 20 at 7pm

Denis Phillips is tracking tropical developments in the Atlantic.

ABC Action News -   01:21

Tracking the Tropics | September 20 [Video]Tracking the Tropics | September 20

Greg Dee is tracking tropical developments in the Atlantic.

ABC Action News -   01:03

 

The Latest: Subtropical Storm Leslie forms in north Atlantic

BLADENBORO, N.C. (AP) — The Latest on the aftermath of Hurricane Florence (all times local):11 a.m.Forecasters say Subtropical Storm Leslie has formed in the north Atlantic, far from land.The..
New Zealand Herald

NHC sees 30 percent chance of cyclone near Cape Verde

(Reuters) - A low pressure system about 600 miles (966 km) south-southeast of the Cape Verde islands has a 30 percent chance of developing into a tropical cyclone in the next 48 hours, the U.S...
Firstpost Also reported by •Reuters India

Tropics heat up as National Hurricane Center watches 4 systems

Three of the four had a medium to high chance of forming into a tropical depression or storm, but none yet posed a threat to land.
nola.com

4 Atlantic disturbances being tracked by the National Hurricane Center

None of them, thankfully, pose an immediate threat to land.
nola.com

Remnants of Isaac unlikely to re-form: National Hurricane Center

Periods of locally heavy rainfall and gusty winds are possible over portions of Jamaica, as well as eastern and central Cuba.
nola.com

NHC says Florence becomes post-tropical cyclone

Florence is now a post-tropical cyclone, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said on Monday, adding that system continues to produce heavy rain over parts of the Mid-Atlantic region.
Reuters

Forecasters Warn Florence Isn't Finished Yet

forecasters warn florence isn't finished yet
Watch VideoForecasters warned that Florence isn't finished dumping "widespread heavy rains" over the region.   At least 17 people have died since Florence made landfall Friday in North..
Newsy

Florence to become an extratropical cyclone by Tuesday: NHC

Tropical depression Florence is expected to weaken on Monday before re-intensifying as it transitions to an extratropical cyclone Tuesday and Wednesday, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on..
Reuters

'Wherever you live in North Carolina, be alert for sudden flooding,' Gov. Cooper warns

The slow-moving storm, located about 45 miles north of Greenville, South Carolina, at 11 p.m. EDT Sunday, was expected to dump 40 inches of rain on North Carolina by the time it exits north on Tuesday,..
USATODAY.com

Florence delivers more drenching rains in eastern U.S.

By Anna Mehler Paperny and Ernest Scheyder WILSON/WILMINGTON, N.C. (Reuters) - Florence drenched North Carolina with yet more rain on Sunday and officials warned residents that "the worst is yet..
Firstpost

14 killed, Florence delivers more rains in US

Florence, which crashed into the state as a hurricane on Friday, had weakened to a tropical depression by Sunday morning but was forecast to drop another 5 to 10 inches (13 to 25 cm) of rain in North..
IndiaTimes

Florence causing 'catastrophic' flooding in N.C.

Florence has weakened to a tropical depression but forecasters warn the next few days could bring the most destructive round of flooding in North Carolina history. The National Hurricane Center says..
USATODAY.com

Florence Downgraded To Tropical Depression As It Moves Inland

Watch VideoFlorence has been downgraded to a tropical depression as it moves inland. As of Sunday morning, the storm had reportedly left at least 13 people dead. The National Hurricane..
Newsy

The Latest: Florence weakens to depression, flood risk rises

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (AP) — The Latest on Tropical Storm Florence (all times local): 5:10 a.m. Florence has weakened into to tropical depression but flash flooding and major river flooding are expected..
SeattlePI.com

The Latest: Florence forecast to bring on new river flooding

National Hurricane Center: Heavy rains from Tropical Storm Florence are producing flash flooding, major river flooding in southeastern parts of North Carolina
Newsday

Florence: Worst flooding is yet to come in some areas, hurricane center warns

More than 2 feet of rain had fallen in places, and the drenching went on and on, with forecasters saying there could be an additional 1½ feet before Sunday is out
CBS News

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