North Atlantic Tropical Cyclone

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A general term for a meteorologic event that affects the Caribbean and the eastern seaboard of North America, which are divided based on intensity. Tropical storms have one-minute maximum sustained winds of 39 mph (34 knots, 63 km/h); hurricanes have one-minute maximum sustained winds of 74 mph (64 knots, 119 km/h)
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By: Amr Essam CAIRO -- 21 October 2017: The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season has not only been super active, but also super unlucky; in some past busy hurricane seasons, land areas have avoided some of the most extreme storms, but this year they turned into a magnet.
Clare Nullis, spokeswoman for the organization, said at a briefing in Geneva that this year's Atlantic hurricane season is extremely unusual because Ireland is not a country that is usually associated with tropical cyclones.
7 million since the start of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season and its total disbursement since its inception in 2007 to US$120 million.
Washington, Dhu-AlHijjah 15, 1438, Sep 6, 2017, SPA -- Hurricane Irma, a category-5 storm described as the strongest Atlantic hurricane on record, was passing over the Caribbean island of Barbuda on Wednesday, on course for the south-east US state of Florida, as dpa reported.
NATIONAL OCEANIC and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) forecasters have predicted an above-normal Atlantic hurricane season, increasing the likely number of named storms and major hurricanes.
Now, as hurricane season gets underway this month, the potential for even greater losses increases, even though the widely followed researchers at Colorado State University are calling for a slightly below-average Atlantic hurricane season, citing the potential development of El Nino as well as recent anomalous cooling in the tropical Atlantic.
He stayed busy during the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season, the most active since 2012.
Atlantic hurricane season of ficially begins next month, and researchers appear cautiously optimistic that the recent streak of relatively mild storm activity will continue.
Since the beginning of the Atlantic hurricane season this past June, there have been (http://www.
Now, equipment manufacturers will integrate the new codes into new equipment and enable stations to update their existing equipment before next year's Atlantic hurricane season.
As the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season gets underway this month, forecasters with the Slidell office of the National Weather Service and the National Hurricane Center continue to work on how best to warn the Port of New Orleans and other Gulf ports in advance of a storm surge.
MIAMI, May 27, 2016 - The coming Atlantic hurricane season is forecast to be ''near-normal,'' after three years of unusually low storm activity due in part to the El Nino ocean warming trend, US government scientists said Friday.
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