Tropical Update 2012: Tropics Quiet;Storms & Heat For Much Of East U.S.
|By: hurricaneben, 06:01 PM GMT on Juli 01, 2012||+0|
The Atlantic basin (and E Pacific as well) is taking a bit of a break right now--at least when it comes to tropical activity. There are a few areas of interest, but none of them are expected to develop. A tropical wave brought isolated flash flooding to South Texas before the shower activity diminished overnight, and Debby's post-cyclone system are of no threat to develop. Meanwhile, excessive heat is putting a large portion of the U.S. on flames (not literally, but it's VERY hot out there) just as a violent line of thunderstorms killed at least 13 on Friday and caused significant wind damage which damaged many homes from Indiana to Virginia and beyond. Florida, which was getting the brunt of Debby last week, has been spared from all other than the heat and severe (or tropical) weather is not a concern here right now or even through the 4th of July.
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