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Weakest Atlantic Hurricane Season Since 1983

This year’s Atlantic hurricane season has had fewer storms to this point of the year than any since 1983, with only five named storms. The last storm formed on September 11, and there are no signs of any new ones spinning off Africa’s west coast during what is supposed to be peak season, which runs from mid-August to late October. ...

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Tropical Storm Cristobal Forms Near Bahamas

Tropical Storm Cristobal finally formed near the southern Bahamas early Sunday morning and is expected to strengthen, becoming a hurricane as it moves up the east coast of the US. As Cristobal continues to move northwards AccuWeather reports that “Cristobal will continue to spread torrential downpours, gusty squalls and rough surf from the Turks and Caicos islands to the southern ...

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