Tropical Storm Franklin The following is a list of the most popular ways to contact someone. the On Sunday, a second named storm will form. in the AtlanticJust hours later Tropical Storm Emily has developed.
National Hurricane Center estimates that Franklin The wind was sustained at 45 miles per hours. Tropical Winds of up to 39 m.p.h. can cause disturbances. Names are given to storms. A storm is a hurricane when the winds exceed 74 m.p.h. and 111 m.p.h. It becomes a hurricane.
Storm formed about 270 miles to the south-southwest of San Juan in Puerto Rico and moved west-northwest with 14 m.p.h. Tropical Storm Emily was also expected to form on Sunday but did not pose any dangers to landing.
Franklin It is expected to move towards Hispaniola on Tuesday evening and then across the Island on Wednesday, as a Tropical Storm, with a high risk of flooding and life-threatening conditions, along with strong winds, dangerous waves, heavy rain, the coast, the Hurricane Center said.
It is expected that the storm will also bring torrential rains to parts of Puerto Rico. the The middle the week, raising the Flooding and mudslides are a risk. the “Center said”
Franklin You can learn more about it here. the The seventh tropical cyclone of the year to achieve tropical storm-like strength.
Hurricane Center announced in May It had revised its assessment of a thunderstorm that formed offshore the Northeastern United States in In mid-January it was determined that the storm had subtropical characteristics and so it became a hurricane. the Atlantic’s first cyclone of the year.
However, the Arlene was named after the storm, but not in retrospect. in the Gulf of Mexico June 2, the First Name Atlantic This year, storms are expected to be severe.
Bret and Cindy followed soon after. the Two named storms for the first time since 1968 in the Atlantic in June at the The same time. according to Philip KlotzbachA researcher who studies hurricanes at Colorado State University.
Don has become a member of the club since last month. the season’s first hurricane before quickly losing strength.
You can also find out more about the following: Atlantic The hurricane season began on June 1, and will last until November 30.
This year features an El Niño pattern, which started in June. Weather around the world can be affected by an intermittent climate phenomenon. the The world is typically hindered by this phenomenon the The number Atlantic hurricanes.
You can also find out more about the following: the Atlantic, El Niño increases the Wind shear is the amount of wind that is generated. the You can change your mind at any time. in The wind direction and speed from the Ocean or land surface the atmosphere. It is important for hurricanes to have a calm atmosphere in order to form. the Instability caused by an increase in wind shear reduces the likelihood of these conditions.
(El Niño has the opposite effect in the Pacific reduction the The amount of wind that is sheared.
You can also find out more about us on our website. the same time, this year’s heightened sea surface temperatures pose a number of threats, including the Ability to supercharge storms
The unusual convergence of factors makes it difficult to predict storms.
“Stuff just doesn’t feel right,” After NOAA’s updated forecast, Mr. Klotzbach made the following statement in August. “There’s just a lot of kind of screwy things that we haven’t seen before.”
Climate change has led to a consensus that hurricanes have become stronger. However, there may be fewer named storms. the The likelihood of hurricanes becoming major is on the rise.
Climate Change is also Affecting the Amount of rain produced by a thunderstorm
The world is getting warmer the As Hurricane Harvey demonstrated, the air is able to hold more moisture. in Texas in In 2017, some regions received over 40 inches of rainfall in Less than 48 Hours
Over 80% of the population is over 18. the In the last few decades, storms have become less intense and stayed over an area for longer.
A storm that slows down over water is called a “storm”. the The amount of moisture the Storm can absorb any increases.
If a storm is slowing over land the The amount of rainfall that falls on a specific location will increase. in In 2019, Hurricane Dorian, for example slowed right down. the northwestern Bahamas, resulting in Total rainfall is 22.84 inches in Hope Town the storm.
Climate change can also have other effects, such as increased storm surges and intensifications. Tropical systems may reach further.
Eduardo Medina Contributed reporting