Dust from Sahara Desert Moves West, Puts Brakes on Atlantic Hurricanes

Article 0 Comments Atlantic storm watchers are going to have a hard time seeing the ocean, never mind any tropical systems, as another Saharan swirl of dust from Africa is moving west. The dust, a marker for dry air, has spread out across the Atlantic and “that is really tamping […]

Atlantic Hurricane Season Had Early Start, but Fewer Storms Are Expected

Article 0 Comments The Atlantic hurricane season may have gotten off to an early start this year, but it’ll probably end with a whimper — at least when it comes to the total number of storms. Twelve named storms are likely to form in 2018, fewer than last year’s 17 […]