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MIAMI — A tropical storm churning in the eastern Atlantic transformed into Hurricane Sam this morning and forecasters say it has a good chance of rapidly intensifying into a major hurricane by tomorrow. Sam — the 18th named storm of the highly active 2021 Atlantic hurricane season — is currently producing top winds of

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MIAMI — Tropical Storm Sam formed far in the Atlantic Ocean today and is expected to strengthen into a hurricane tomorrow and a major hurricane — Category 3 or higher — by early next week. The forecast track shows Sam tracking close to the eastern edge of the Caribbean by Tuesday. From

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MIAMI — Tropical Depression Eighteen has formed in the eastern Atlantic Ocean and will become a hurricane by this weekend. However, it’s uncertain whether it will strike the Leeward Islands next week. This new system is about 2,000 miles east-southeast of the northern Leeward Islands in the eastern Atlantic Ocean

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TROPICAL DEPRESSION EIGHTEEN MOVING AT THE SAME SLOW PACE AS HURRICANE IRMA IN 2017 MIAMI — While the Atlantic basin remains active, — only one system is worth watching — Tropical Depression Eighteen which is forecast to become a hurricane this weekend. New this morning, Peter and Rose have both

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MIAMI — The National Hurricane Center is now monitoring three systems in the tropical Atlantic, including the latest disturbance which could become a tropical depression headed towards the Caribbean later in the week. The NHC issued advisories on Tropical Storm Peter, located about 100 miles north of the northern Leeward

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CHRISTIANSTED — The busy tropical season continued on Sunday afternoon as Tropical Depression Seventeen morphed into Tropical Storm Rose. Rose, the 17th storm of the season, is located about 552 miles west of the southernmost Cabo Verde Islands, the National Hurricane Center said. The other active storm currently in the Atlantic

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MIAMI — Forecasters said Tropical Storm Peter formed over the Atlantic Ocean early today and a new tropical depression was spinning over the far eastern Atlantic. Peter was centered about 630 miles east of the northern Leeward Islands, the National Hurricane Center said in a 5 a.m. EDT advisory. The

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BOSTON — The National Hurricane Center is issuing advisories on Tropical Storm Odette, located a couple of hundred miles south-southeast of Nantucket, Massachusetts. Meanwhile, the NHC also is monitoring a disturbance in the tropical Atlantic which could become Tropical Storm Peter and approach the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico

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MIAMI — It’s just past the peak of hurricane season, and the tropics are teeming with activity. Two disturbances in the Atlantic are expected to become tropical depressions or tropical storms within days, one of which is forecast to bring high surf and, potentially, tropical-storm-force winds, forecasters said. The first

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MIAMI —The National Hurricane Center is monitoring two systems in the Atlantic, with chances increasing for development into tropical depressions later in the week.  The next names in the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season will be Odette and Peter.  1. Showers and thunderstorms associated with a low pressure area located a few hundred miles

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