THE DAILY CYCLONE NEWS AS OF 00:00 UTC August 9, 2017:
NOTE: Information on this template is taken from the local Regional Specialized Meteorological Centers, who issue official warnings on tropical cyclones and possible suspect areas when needed. Please note that information on this template may be slightly out of date during busier periods of tropical cyclone activity.
Tropical Storm Franklin, in the Atlantic, currently has winds of 40 mph, and a pressure of 999 mbar.
Invest 99L, in the Atlantic, has a near 0% (LOW) chance of formation in 48 hours, and a 40% (MEDIUM) chance in the next 5 days.
Invest 99W, in the West Pacific, currently has winds of 45 mph, and a pressure of 993 mbar.
Invest 90S, in the South Indian Ocean, has a LOW chance of formation in the next 24 hours.
An AOI, in the East Pacific, has a near 0% (LOW) chance of formation in 48 hours, and a 30% (LOW) chance in the next 5 days.
Another AOI, in the East Pacific, has a near 0% (LOW) chance of formation in 48 hours, and a 20% (LOW) chance in the next 5 days.
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first Category 5 Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Felix of 2007;
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first storm since Hurricane Cleo to make landfall in Haiti as a Category 4 hurricane;
strongest hurricane to landfall in the United States since Hurricane Ike;
first hurricane to make landfall in South Carolina since Hurricane Gaston in 2004;
and first hurricane to make landfall north of Georgia in October since Hurricane Hazel?
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News of 2017
EFFECTIVE — January 1, 2017 — a personal message from Bobnekaro:
Happy New Year HHW! Let's hope 2017 is a great one!
EFFECTIVE — February 18, 2017 — Hurricane Idol's season 10 will start in the upcoming days. You can submit your names by clicking here. Once 50 names are reached, the season will start.
EFFECTIVE — August 7, 2017 — The 11th season of Hurricane Idol will begin at 4:00 PM EDT, August 9. You can submit names until this time. This season is hosted by AkioTheOne and Money Hurricane. Good luck!
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