Hurricane, Storm, Severe Weather Season 2018

Storm forecasts for this hurricane season may not be as robust as last year’s, but there’s no reason not to be prepared. If you live in an area that could be hit, here are…

Hurricane, Storm, Severe Weather Season 2018

Storm forecasts for this hurricane season may not be as robust as last year’s, but there’s no reason not to be prepared. If you live in an area that could be hit, here are a few of the things to be prepared for.

Hurricane Season 2018: What is a Tropical Storm?

Tropical Storms have winds of 39 mph or more and are considered tropical when the air around the center’s center is warmer than 89 degrees. A tropical storm is when the storm has a minimum central pressure of 996 millibars or lower. See below for Storm Status:

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>Key Points of Impact: Read Here

>Latest Hurricane Information and the Latest Information on Hurricanes of Record in U.S.

>7 Things to Know Before and After a Hurricane

Flash Floods: This was a deadly year for flash floods in Virginia. We will update our Flash Floods page with more updates throughout the season.

Severe Storms: Read Here

Tropical Storm Conditions: Storms have been having trouble sustaining themselves in the Atlantic as they had to give up sea life as they spread out from the northeast. Storms cannot recover from areas they are consuming if they are spaced too close together.

Ocean and Sea Surface Temperatures: Ocean temperatures and sea surface temperatures vary from year to year and are influenced by many factors, like winds, ocean temperatures, sea surface layer heights, etc.

Energy: Get all the latest updates and information on energy.

Ocean Megastorms: Get updates on megastorms by region and by time.

Satellite Data: Get all the updates and information on satellite data by region and by time.

Environment: Get all the updates and information on climate.

Active Seasons: See detailed information from other weather publications and weather services in this report.

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More Hurricane Basics: From Weather.com

(This forecast is as of July 28, 201; as of July 29, 2125; as of July 31, 2040; as of July 31, 2100; as of Monday, 3/3, 0460.)

This forecast is as of July 28, 201; as of July 29, 2125; as of July 31, 2040; as of July 31, 2100; as of Monday, 3/3, 0460.)

This forecast is as of July 28, 201; as of July 29, 2125; as of July 31, 2040; as of July 31, 2100; as of Monday, 3/3, 0460.)

This forecast is as of July 28, 201; as of July 29, 2125; as of July 31, 2040; as of July 31, 2100; as of Monday, 3/3, 0460.)

This forecast is as of July 28, 201; as of July 29, 2125; as of July 31, 2040; as of July 31, 2100; as of Monday, 3/3, 0460.)

This forecast is as of July 28, 201; as of July 29, 2125; as of July 31, 2040; as of July 31, 2100; as of Monday, 3/3, 0460.)

This forecast is as of July 28, 201; as of July 29, 2125; as of July 31, 2040; as of July 31, 2100; as of Monday, 3/3, 0460.)

This forecast is as of July 28, 201; as of July 29, 2125; as of July 31, 2040; as of July 31, 2100; as of Monday, 3/3, 0460.)

This forecast is as of July 28, 201; as of July 29, 2125; as of July 31, 2040; as of July 31, 2100; as of Monday, 3/3, 0460.)

This forecast is as of July 28, 201; as of July 29, 2125; as of July 31, 2040; as of July 31, 2100; as of Monday, 3/3, 0460.)

This forecast is as of July 28, 201; as of July 29, 2125; as of July 31, 2040; as of July 31, 2100; as of Monday, 3/3, 0460.)

This forecast is as of July 28, 201; as of July 29, 2125; as of July 31, 2040; as of July 31, 2100; as of Monday, 3/3, 0460.)

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