Tropical Wave in Central Atlantic not an Immediate Threat, but Should be Watched

   Posted by Levi at 11:46pm on August 30, 2013

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  • Udgit Mehta says:

    Great Review- It will interesting what will happen in the next few days and weeks.

  • Andrew says:

    Thanks. Hope you enjoy your Labor Day and enjoy this quiet time in the Atlantic while it lasts, knowing that it won’t last much longer.

  • Andrew says:

    Not to be playing on the fears of everyone but the storms designated as “superstorms” come in fall or spring when storms formed over warmer waters and very cold air collide. The later hurricane season begins, it makes the likelihood of a spring storm or fall storm of unusual strength more likely.

  • harry kane says:

    I don’t think it’s fear, just respect for nature’s fury

  • kwarren says:

    Thank you Levi

  • Roserey41g says:

    This site looks so good , I am new here .

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