They issue a special notice after the formation of low pressure located in the middle of North Atlantic and likely to be Storm Five days away with a name.
Officially, cyclone season in the basin the Atlantic It ended on November 30, but there is no calendar for the season.
The low-pressure area is located about 1,207 km northeast of the Leeward Islands (part of the Lesser Antilles) and produces torrential rain and thunder disorganized.
According to NHC, conditions appear favorable for this system to acquire some subtropical characteristics as it moves northeastward over the next few days; but on Thursday night or Friday it will reach colder waters, making it more difficult for A Subtropical cyclone.
Low pressure formed in the North Atlantic
Likely to be made in 48 hours It’s low (30%), but in five days it’s 40%.
during the 2022 hurricane season Atlantic Basin which runs from June 1 to November 30, constituted fourteen storms nominated, of whom eight arrived storms and two of them Fiona and Ian for major storms.
Ian, which made landfall in Cuba and Florida (USA) With a Category 4 peak in late September, it was the most dangerous storm of a season that experts predicted would be “active”.
830 PM EST Mon Dec 5 – A large and complex low-pressure area over the mid-Atlantic has a moderate chance (40% 2-day, 50% 5-day) of becoming a subtropical or tropical cyclone this week as it typically Moves towards north east.
Special Tropical Weather Outlook: https://t.co/g9YgY33fy2 pic.twitter.com/OjpVqLracx
– National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) December 6, 2022
Nails 115 people died as a result of Ian passing through FloridaBut there were also victims in the eastern US states, where the storm moved from west to east after crossing the Florida peninsula, and in Cuba (at least six according to official sources).
the loss of Ian Not rated yet Definitely; But in Florida alone they are estimated at more than $50,000 million.
Likewise, Fiona, who also became a mighty storm In the Atlantic Ocean, made landfall in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.
in large quantity thirty people were killed and Damage is estimated at $2,680 million.
average hurricane season fourteen named storms Seven hurricanes and three major hurricanes, according to the NHC.