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2015 tropical storm season starts early, as Ana forms off U.S. coast

The 2015 Atlantic hurricane and tropical storm season has got off to an unseasonably early start, with the naming of sub-tropical storm Ana late yesterday bringing an unusual May threat to the U.S. east coast. Update 09th May 05:00 ET: Ana has now been changed to a tropical storm and has strengthened read the full article →

Third Atlantic storm forms; tropical storm Claudette strikes Florida

Tropical storm Claudette formed yesterday in the Gulf of Mexico just inside the Florida panhandle where sea temperatures have risen recently making the gulf much more susceptible to storm formation. Claudette made landfall a few hours ago near Fort Walton Beach in Florida, carrying winds of 50mph plus and dropping read the full article →

Ana continues west, Tropical Storm Bill forms behind

Tropical storm Ana is continuing her journey west across the Atlantic with little change in strength so far. Still carrying sustained winds of only 40mph she is heading for the Antilles and beyond that the Leeward Islands, Puerto Rico and Cuba. Earlier we wrote that another storm could be hot read the full article →

Tropical Storm Ana forms, heads straight for Florida

So Tropical Storm Ana took a little longer than we predicted earlier this week, but finally tropical depression 2 has now strengthened enough (after having almost fizzled out) to be classified as the first tropical storm of the Atlantic hurricane season. Currently way out in the Atlantic and packing winds of read the full article →