Tropical activity calms down as Florence weakens into a Tropical Depression

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Hurricane Florence made landfall Friday morning right next to Wilmington, NC. But, this weekend it was downgraded to tropical depression status. The tropical activity seems to be calming down a bit as most of the storms are losing strength and downgrading statuses.

Tropical Storm Joyce

Tropical Storm Joyce is expected to move east, curving out to sea in the Eastern part of the Atlantic. It is expected to weaken back into a Tropical Depression by Monday.

Tropical wave in the Gulf

The National Hurricane Center had this tropical wave with a 20% chance for development, but unfavorable conditions are surrounding the Caribbean which should decrease chances of organization.

Tropical Depression Florence

Making landfall near Wilmington, North Carolina on Friday as a Category 1 hurricane, Tropical Depression Florence is still making a huge impact on the East Coast. Heavy rain, gusty winds, and even spin up tornadoes are still a huge issue as Florence weakens.


Post Tropical Cyclone Helene

This storm is expected to continue east in the eastern part of the Atlantic, curving out to sea as it dissipates.

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