The largest tropical wave is located across the eastern Atlantic Ocean. This is an organized group of current times and storms, but it could be more until next week.
The system is moving west-northwest towards the Central Atlantic Ocean. There it will operate in conditions that are more conducive to strengthening it and organizing it into a robust system.
There is a 50 percent chance that in two days the storm will turn into a hot depression. Here in the next 90 days 90 percent of the weather becomes a hurricane sadness.
The second system in the Atlantic has a 10 percent chance of evolving over the next five days
The third system is still located in Africa. Long-term forecasts provide a reasonable opportunity to build this system, but not until the middle or end of next week.
Simultaneous development of many systems at this time is not uncommon for this time of year. Mid-September is the peak of the hurricane season.
Nevertheless, this hurricane season has been more active than usual. Breaking a record in 2005 is the fastest hurricane ever to hit. The following hurricanes set all the first records in their first letters: Cristobal, Edward, Faye, Gonzalez, Hannah, Isias, Josephine, Kyle, Laura, Marco, Nana and Omar.
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