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2 days ago
Three for the record books on earliest formed storms. First was #Chrisobal, then #Edouard, and now #Fay. Fun year this is going to be. #wx #hurricane https://t.co/UyIlhmNZJM Wx_Goddess photo
2 days ago
Tropical Storm #Fay has formed off the east coast of #NorthCarolina. Expected to continue tracking up the coast and into the #NewEngland region tonight and Friday. #TSFay #hurricane #wx https://t.co/prX5q3u8GZ Wx_Goddess photo
2 days ago
Shower and thunderstorm activity has increased overnight in association with an area of low pressure located about 60 miles east of Wilmington, #NorthCarolina. 80% chance of development in next 48 hours. #Hurricane Hunters scheduled to investigate this system later today. #wx https://t.co/pWr5NIQANW Wx_Goddess photo
4 days ago
Colorado State University has released their updated #HurricaneSeason forecast. Now calling for an additional 4 named storms and 1 more #hurricane. #wx https://t.co/R5qDVTqKsc
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Philip Klotzbach @philklotzbach
Updated seasonal #hurricane forecast from @ColoradoStateU
continues call for very active 2020 Atlantic #hurricane season. New forecast calls for 20 named storms (including the 5 that have already formed), 9 hurricanes and 4 major (Cat 3+) hurricanes.

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6 days ago
Anyone noticing some smoke in the air? You can thank the #4thofJuly #fireworks. Smoky skies will usually linger overnight & into the morning following firework events. By the afternoon winds begin to pick up & the temperatures rise allowing the smoke to disperse. #wx https://t.co/N2iwRk4Ti3 Wx_Goddess photo

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