5 active tropical cyclones in the Atlantic: Here’s everything meteorologists know

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Hurricane Sally became a Category 2 storm from this Monday and the National Hurricane Center issued hurricane alerts in areas ranging from Morgan City, Louisiana, to the Alabama-Florida border. However, another threat keeps meteorologists on edge: five active tropical cyclones in the Atlantic.

“Sally spent the weekend as a tropical depression over South Florida and now has winds of up to 100 miles per hour”

Said Javier Serrano meteorologists.

Hurricane Sally’s effects

The NHC warns of possible coastal flooding and dangerous cyclonic storm surges in that area. “It’s still raining in the Cays because of Sally’s bad weather,” the expert said.

For the moment in Miami-Dade and Broward there is a forecast of 30% rain, caused by “the residual moisture left by Sally advancing towards the Gulf of Mexico,” Serrano explained.

Meanwhile, in the Atlantic there are five active cyclones, a fact that has not passed since 1971. Hurricane season has been quite active as predicted by the National Hurricane Center, where all the names planned for the storms that would form this year have been used.

If the list used by the National Hurricane Center is exhausted, the Greek alphabet will be used to identify the rest of the storms, which has not happened since 2005.

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