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National Weather Service Sep 18
With the naming of Subtropical Storm , we've officially entered the Greek Alphabet for named Atlantic storms this year. We've made it as far as Zeta one time on record, in 2005. Visit for the latest.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 18
If you were away for a couple of hours, you might have missed the two latest Atlantic storms. is no threat to land, while is just offshore of Portugal. For more on Alpha's hazards see & the NHC advisories are at
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The Weather Channel Sep 18
There's a lot going on right now. While Tropical Depression Twenty-Two looked like it would become , and then , it's been beat out for both and *should* become . We're LIVE helping you set it all straight in your head.
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The Weather Channel Sep 18
BREAKING: Tropical Storm has formed in the Atlantic. This means we’ve now used all 21 names of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season and will start using the Greek alphabet. has predicted up to 25 storms, which would include , , , and .
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Eric Blake 🌀 Sep 18
2020 is flat out absurd. almost off the NHC map. That Portuguese radar is too much. I honestly can’t wait until this wretched season ends.
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The Weather Channel Sep 18
Today, it became necessary to begin using the Greek alphabet to name storms for the first and only time since the 2005 season. With now active and (presumably) soon on the way, 43% of the season by climatology still remains.
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MJVentrice Sep 18
Sub-Tropical Storm the biggest surprise of the season? This storm is barely even on the map! 2020 just achieved the fasted named storm ever in history, beating the previous record set back on October 22, 2005. We are going to Tropical Storm Beta today too.
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Kyle Noël Sep 18
is so far northeast that it's slightly off the NHC tracking map. So weird.
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Jack Sillin Sep 18
is so far east it doesn't fit on NHC's tracking map. More 2020 weirdness
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Modeling and Climatology Sep 18
Some historic notes regarding : •Easternmost Forming storm ever recorded in the Atlantic. •Likely to be the strongest fully Tropical/Subtropical storm to strike ever. •Second time the Greek Alphabet has ever been used in the Atlantic. This is history folks.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 18
Subtropical Storm Advisory 1: Subtropical Storm Alpha Forms Near the Coast of Portugal. Expected to Be Short-Lived But Bring Winds and Rain to Portions of Portugal.
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The Weather Channel Sep 18
Replying to @NOAA
Meaning... Tropical Depression Twenty-Two is expected to become Tropical Storm later today. It will be the second ever after 2005's Tropical Storm and likely the first Hurricane in history.
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Brian McNoldy Sep 18
Subtropical Storm has made landfall in ... what a strange thing to write.
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Mike Bettes Sep 18
There is A LOT going on in the tropics right now. There's , , , , and potentially soon. Send in your hurricane questions and we'll answer them live on 5-8pm ET. Be sure to include the hashtag
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Mira Rojanasakul Sep 18
2020 hurricane season ran out of storm names so we're onto the greek alphabet
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Hurricane Tracker App Sep 18
Breaking: Tropical Storm has formed in the western Gulf of Mexico. Max sustained winds are 40 mph & it’s likely headed to Texas in a few days. Today marks the only time 3 named storms formed in ONE day.
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