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Topic: 2020 Hurricane Season
Last year's hurricane season, the busiest on record, was only the second time the Greek alphabet was used to name storms as the standard list of names had been exhausted by mid-September. It will also be the last year this happens.
Let us take you on a photographic journey of a challenging 2020.
Forecasters say hurricane Iota is expected to strengthen into a major category 4 hurricane within the next 24 hours as it approaches Central America.
A look back at the impact of Hurricane Ivan, 16 years after it devastated Grand Cayman.
Tropical cyclone activity in the Atlantic basin is forecast to be above average during the first half of September, according to researchers with the Colorado State University Tropical Meteorology Project.
The US National Hurricane Center on Thursday upgraded Tropical Depression 11 to the Tropical Storm Josephine, making it the 10th named storm for the 2020 hurricane season.
Colorado State University researchers have increased their forecast for the Atlantic Basin hurricane season, now predicting an "extremely active" period of two dozen named storms.
Tropical Storm Isaias has strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane but poses no immediate threat locally.