Category Archives: Tropical Cyclones

Hurricane Hector

Hurricane Hector has been a ‘Major Hurricane’ in the Central Pacific for the past week. At one point, the hurricane was nearly categorized as a Category 5 hurricane, however weakened, and is currently a Category 3 hurricane (i.e. ~120 mph … Continue reading

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Typhoon Jongdari

By late weekend, Typhoon Jongdari is forecasted to make landfall along Japan’s southern islands. Typhoon Jongdari is expected to strengthen, with an initial northeast storm motion, then elicit a circuitous path, moving westward, within the next 24-hours. The typhoon is … Continue reading

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Hurricane Aletta

Hurricane Aletta has grown tremendously over the past 24 hours, and it is now determined as a Category 4 hurricane, as of this morning, 8 June 2018. Aletta is currently located southwest of Mexico, in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Aletta … Continue reading

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Alberto

As of 29 May 2018, subtropical depression Alberto has been advecting northward, through the southeastern United States. Alberto made landfall yesterday 28 May 2018, along the Gulf Coast, near the Florida Panhandle. Alberto produced heavy rainfall and has the potential … Continue reading

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