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Philip Klotzbach 19h
The Atlantic has now had named storms form prior to 1 June in five consecutive years: 2015-2019. This breaks the old record of named storm formations prior to 1 June in four consecutive years set in 1951-1954.
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Sherry Sherry 17h
Subtropical Storm Andrea forms to become first named storm of 2019 Season starts June 1, again another early arrival that apparently can't stick to the schedule. πŸŒ§β›ˆπŸŒ¬πŸ’§πŸŒŠπŸ’¦πŸ’¨πŸ“†πŸ“…
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National Hurricane Center 18h
Subtropical Storm has formed over the western Atlantic. While some slight strengthening is possible tonight, the system is forecast to dissipate by Wednesday while it moves to the southwest or south of Bermuda. More info at
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Brad Panovich 19h
Our 1st named storm of the season is here. Sub-Tropical Storm .
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Philip Klotzbach 19h
Subtropical storm has formed in the western Atlantic - the first named storm of the 2019 Atlantic season.
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Travis Herzog 18h
: For the fifth year in a row, a named storm has formed in the Atlantic before June 1st. "Subtropical Storm" is a hybrid that will not impact the United States, but it is a reminder that it's time to start preparing for the season ahead.
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National Hurricane Center 18h
Subtropical Storm Advisory 1: Subtropical Storm Andrea Forms Over the Western Atlantic.
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Hurricane Tracker App 18h
The National Hurricane Center has released the first forecast cone of the year for Subtropical Storm . It will move north through tonight before taking a turn to the east and dissipating by Wednesday as it nears Bermuda.
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Stu Ostro 19h
Meanwhile Subtropical Storm
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πŸŒ€ Tropics Weather πŸŒ€ 17h
SS is here and off-season streak has remained for the 5th time. Another picture shows my hypothetical scenario of Andrea, in which it turns out, won't be much different. The forecast track reminds me of Hurricane Grace 1991, frankly.
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Eric Holthaus 19h
The 2019 hurricane season is underway early -- for the fifth consecutive year. Subtropical storm has just formed. Warming ocean temperatures means the season can last longer, and has gradually been starting earlier in recent decades.
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The Weather Network 17h
Hurricane season for the Atlantic Basin doesn't officially start for another 12 days, but 2019's first named storm isn't letting the calendar stand in its way
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Frank's Weather 18h
Subtropical Storm circulation compared to the East Coast and Bermuda. Overall, it’s a classic subtropical look.
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Jake Dunne 18h
BREAKING: For the 5th year in-a-row, we have a named storm before the season starts! πŸŒ€
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Michelle Mackey TWN 18h
It's official - we have our first named storm of the Atlantic Hurricane Season. Located several hundred kms south of Bermuda, subtropical storm has formed. Not expected to have major impacts.
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AccuWeather 18h
: Subtropical Storm , the first named storm of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season, has formed several hundred miles southwest of Bermuda. Latest forecast details: The Atlantic hurricane season officially begins June 1.
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Ian Oliver 19h
The 2019 Hurricane Season has effectively begun! Hurricane Hunters found a well defined center of circulation with max sustained winds of near 40 MPH and the NHC will begin issuing advisories for Subtropical Storm south of Bermuda.
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Brian McNoldy 2h
, which formed on May 20, becomes the sixth preseason storm to develop in the last ten years. There is clearly a trend toward earlier instances of first storm formation over the past five decades.
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The Weather Channel 18h
BREAKING: Subtropical Storm forms in the Atlantic Ocean south of Bermuda, kicking off the 2019 Atlantic season:
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Hurricane Tracker App 19h
BREAKING: Subtropical Storm forms overs the southwestern Atlantic Ocean, bringing minor impacts to Bermuda midweek, according to the Hurricane Hunters and National Hurricane Center.
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