Tropical Storm Philippe On Saturday, you will be able to become the Latest named storm the 2023 Atlantic Hurricane season is upon us, but by Sunday evening it was still far from the land.
National Hurricane Center estimates that the Storm had sustained winds of up to 50 miles per hours, with higher gusts. At 11 p.m. Sunday, the storm was approximately 1,280 miles. the Cape Verde Islands, the Hurricane Center said.
Tropical Disturbances that are characterized by sustained winds at least of 39 m.p.h. Earn a name. When winds reach 74 miles per hour, the storm becomes a Hurricane. At 111 miles per hour, it becomes a Major hurricane. It becomes a major Hurricane.
No watches, warnings, or threats were issued to land in relation to Philippe, the Hurricane Center was said.
ForecYou can also read about how to get started.ters described Philippe as “very difficult” It is impossible to make a forecast about the intensity of the storm based on conflicting information. However, there is very little data about the storm’s strength is expected to change over the Next three days Philippe The storm is expected to move towards the west-northwest in the coming days.
You can also find out more about the following: Atlantic Hurricane season began June 1, and will last until Nov. 30,
In late May, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicted 12-17 named storms for this year. “near-normal” amount. NOAA officials revised up their estimate to 14-21 named storms on August 10.
After two very busy years, there were 14 named storms in 2012. Atlantic Hurricane Seasons in Forecasters had to use backup lists when they ran out of names. A record 30 named storms occurred in 2020.)
This year features an El Niño pattern, which started in June. Weather around the world can be affected by an intermittent climate phenomenon. the It is a barrier to the world. the Number Atlantic hurricanes.
The following are some of the ways to get in touch with us the Atlantic, El Niño increases the The amount of wind shear or the You can change your mind at any time. in The wind direction and speed from the Ocean or land surface into the atmosphere. Hurricanes require a calm atmosphere to form. the Instability caused by increased wind-shear reduces the likelihood of these conditions.
The following are some of the ways to get in touch with each other the same time, this year’s higher sea surface temperatures pose a number of threats, including the Ability to supercharge storms. The unusual convergence of factors has made storms more unpredictable.
Scientists agree that climate change is causing hurricanes to become more powerful. There may not be as many named storms, the Probability of major hurricanes on the rise
Climate change also affects the Amount of rain that a storm is capable of producing.
In a world that is warming up the Air can hold more water, so a named hurricane can produce more rain, as did Hurricane Harvey. in Texas in 2017: Some areas receive more than 40 inches rain in In less than 48 Hours
Researchers have found that there are also over the In the last few decades, storms have slowed and stayed over certain areas for a longer time.
When a thunderstorm slows down on water, it can soak up more moisture. When the When a storm slows down over land it can cause more rain to fall in a particular area. Hurricane Dorian, for instance, slowed down to a crawl in 2019. the northwestern Bahamas, resulting in A total rainfall of 22,84 inches in Hope Town the storm.
Rebecca Carballo Contributed Reporting