2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season Expected to Be Busy

2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season Expected to Be Busy

The 2016 Atlantic hurricane season is expected to be busy. On Aug. 11, 2016, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) updated their forecast numbers regarding the second half of the ongoing season. According to News13, the NOAA made a prediction that the 2016 hurricane season may be the strongest since 2012. The agency increased […]

Rare Subtropical Storm Alex Heads for Azores [Updated 14, 2-16]

Rare Subtropical Storm Alex Heads for Azores [Updated 14, 2-16]

On Jan. 13, 2016, the non-tropical low-pressure system that started on Jan. 7, in the Eastern Atlantic Ocean, has officially brewed into Subtropical Storm Alex. Located less than 1000 miles west of Portugal, the rare subtropical storm is forecast to move northeast and north through the Eastern Atlantic Ocean over the next few days as […]

Category 2 Hurricane Possible for the Philippines

Category 2 Hurricane Possible for the Philippines

AccuWeather posted an announcement on Dec. 12, 2015, about Tropical Storm Melor that is currently over the Philippine Sea and traveling west-northwest. The storm is also known as Nona in the Philippines, is expected to hit the islands in the upcoming days. In the least, the storm will produce strong winds to the Philippines, as […]