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Tropics Watch: Breaking down the peak of hurricane season ctm magazine



Earl is now post-tropical in the North Atlantic. The rest of the Atlantic Basin remains quiet.

The National Hurricane Center is only highlighting one wave near Africa for a low chance for development over the next five days.

A tropical wave could impact the Caribbean, Leeward Islands, Windward Islands and Puerto Rico next week, but it is likely to be unorganized. This wave could produce thunderstorms, however for the islands.

Long range, there are some indications of weak development near the Bahamas, but as a whole, the tropics remain nice and quiet!

We are still in the peak of hurricane season, but the climatological peak was September 10. Hurricane season runs through November.

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10 Comments

  • Whosoever on September 11, 2022

    Elijah the Prophet told us these weather disturbances are demonic when he stood looking at them with his mantle wrapped around his head unable to see with his physical eyes. He could see them with his spiritual eyes, through the Holy Ghost. Your channel has taught me what to ask God for, the dry air, the wind sheer, the Saharan dust, and lo that’s that is out there. Thanks to God for opening up Elijah’s story to me and helping me to see how to pray. In June, God said, bind the Queen of the Sea, and I looked up that name in Hebrew, Asherah. Asherah was worshipped as the deity of the sea and they sacrificed their children to her. Now one has come with faith to bind her once again. Thanks be to God my Father in Jesus Christ. Asherah is bound and Satan’s power of the air is bound. Get sanctified and there’s no limit to what God will do.

  • Roxanne Hudson on September 11, 2022

    Don't look like no storms at all for this hurricane season.hurricane season is over here in Louisiana

  • Fitzroy phillip on September 11, 2022

    happy Sunday everyone Grenada have beautiful weather good sun

  • Julio Aranton on September 11, 2022

    Interpretation of technology for mankind's safety by another DEDICATED PRO @ THE TOP OF HIS GAME. THANK YOU. SIR!

  • Maria Paulino on September 11, 2022

    🤔👌🙏🙏🌹💖🇩🇴

  • terri taylor on September 11, 2022

    Very boring Hurricanes season…

  • Norberto Fontanez on September 11, 2022

    I'm cold, and Frightened 😩

  • dreeemer on September 11, 2022

    Please don't say "somethin'-somethin'"… very, very cringe.

  • TheErik249 on September 11, 2022

    According to the NOAA website:
    No named storms in the Atlantic, Pacific, or Indian ocean.
    NOAA states that it does not expect the formation of any storms for the next 48 hours.
    This is the weakest hurricane season in 25 years.

  • NELLIE REYES on September 12, 2022

    Puerto Rico has had lots of rain, flooding and thunder storms and lightning every day last week every afternoon and some but light rain this past Week-end and today Monday. Please make note, Puerto Rico is a very small island and floods easily which causes interuption with our Island having Blackiouts and lots of Thunderstorms and flooding and. Our dams had to be opened this past weekend!!!

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