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Sep 02 2022
Danielle has become the first hurricane of a strangely quiet Atlantic hurricane season.
The storm strengthened, with maximum sustained winds near 70 mph and higher gusts.
Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 70 miles from the center.Fox News (Online News)
Sep 24 2021
The hyperactive hurricane season of 2021 continues with Hurricane Sam, which is expected to rapidly intensify into a Category 4 hurricane in just two days. Sam is just the latest hurricane adding to the overabundance of storms that have rapidly intensified in the 2020 and 2021 seasons.
Sam is the 18th named system of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season. It is one of the earliest 18thCBS News (Online)
Jan 22 2016
Welcome to winter, East Coast.
After a fairly tame season so far -- especially compared to the last one -- a monster storm loomed Friday over the Carolinas north to New England, spurring people to hunker down with their shovels, coffee and ideally firewood, given fears that powerful wind and heavy snow and ice could knock out power. Roughly a quarter of the U.S. population is in itsCNN (Online News)
Jan 28 2015
The Obama administration on Tuesday proposed to eventually open up part of the Atlantic Ocean to oil and natural-gas production while also saying it would restrict waters off Alaska’s shore to drilling.
The proposals drew criticism from environmental groups and some Democratic lawmakers who are worried about the risk of spills and other damage. The plan didn’t, however, go as far as theWall Street Journal (News)
Jan 21 2014
Irans state-run media said on Tuesday that its navy has sent warships to the Atlantic Ocean a historic first for the Islamic Republic.Washington Times
May 30 2012
Tropical Depression Beryl brought rains to South Carolina Wednesday as it veered back toward the Atlantic ocean.CBN
Apr 13 2022
Extremely active Atlantic hurricane seasons are now twice as likely as they were in the 1980s due to global heating, according to new research that warns the climate crisis is supersizing storms that threaten life and property in coastal areas.
Climate breakdown has contributed to a “decisive increase” in intense hurricane activity since 1982, the study states. Researchers in GermanyThe Guardian
Feb 26 2021
A massive current system that runs deep throughout the vast Atlantic Ocean has an effect on temperatures, climate, sea levels and weather systems around the world. Any disruption to its flow could have rapid and catastrophic effects on the global climate. And a new study has some dreary predictions about the future of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, as it is known, and whetherSalon