THE DAILY CYCLONE NEWS AS OF 10:00 UTC June 25, 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 Please note that information on this template may be slightly out of date during busier periods of tropical cyclone activity.
Hurricane Dora is currently located near 16.7°N, 105.3°W, with winds of 80 mph, and a pressure of 989 mbar. No tropical cyclone watches or warnings are active with this system, which is expected to move parallel to the coast of Mexico well offshore.
An area of convection (Invest 97W), currently located near 14.6°N, 140.7°E, has a medium chance of tropical cyclone development within the next 24 hours.
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Today is June 27, 2017. Today is Tuesday. The current time is 05:02 UTC.
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Did you know...
...that Hurricane Alex was the first Atlantic system to become a hurricane in January since Hurricane Alice in 1955, and the first to form in that month since 1938?
...that when Tropical Storm Bonnie formed, it was the first occurrence of two pre-season Atlantic storms since 2012 and the third occurrence since 1951?
...that when Tropical Storm Colin formed, it became the earliest occurrence of a season's third named storm since reliable records began, surpassing the previous record set in 1887?
first Category 5 Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Felix of 2007;
lowest-latitude and southernmost Category 5 Atlantic hurricane on record;
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?
...that Hurricane Nicole was the strongest and the first major hurricane affecting the island of Bermuda since Hurricane Fabian in 2003?
...that Hurricane Otto became the latest-forming hurricane of at least Category 2 intensity on record and any hurricane intensity in the Caribbean, as well as the first to survive the crossover to the Eastern Pacific since Hurricane Cesar–Douglas in 1996?
...that the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season was the most active and costliest Atlantic hurricane season since 2012 as well as the deadliest since 2008?
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.
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