The hurricane is expected to bring heavy rainfall, meaning potential risks of flash flooding and mudslides.
A more stably stratified ocean potentially favors more intense, destructive hurricanes—and that's not all.
The Sahara Dust Cloud seems to have broken up at least two storms during the summer so far, but its power is waning, concerning some hurricane watchers.
The hurricane that's packing life-threatening rain and flooding now is projected to work its way north and east along the U.S. coast, approaching Virginia, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York City and Boston.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said on Wednesday: "Floridians should prepare now by having at least 7 days of disaster supplies."
The center of Isaias is south of Puerto Rico, and its path continues headed toward Florida this weekend.
Fay is expected to bring heavy rain to parts of the East Coast, with the potential for flash flooding in some areas.
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The storm's remnants are expected to move due north over the Mississippi River and then curve eastward into the Missouri Valley over the next few days.
The storm is making its way into the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to make landfall late Sunday along the Louisiana coast.
Historically, Cristobal is the earliest occurrence of a third-named storm to form in the Atlantic Basin.
Most tropical storms from the Gulf travel northward, and rains from an earlier storm have already killed 17 people in Central America.
With hurricane season taking place amid the COVID-19 pandemic, you may need to adjust your preparations based on the latest guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A list of hurricane supplies exempt from sales tax ahead of hurricane season in Florida, beginning on June 1.
The Atlantic hurricane season doesn't officially start until June 1, but there have already been two named storms.
Forecasters with the National Hurricane Center said Thursday that the tropical system has about a 40 percent chance of strengthening into a tropical storm over the weekend.
Social distancing will force authorities along the south and east coast to rethink how they manage people who must evacuate their homes in the event of a disaster.
Only seven hurricanes have been tracked in the Atlantic during this time of year since 1966.
Leslie is the 12th named storm of the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season.
Hurrican season starts June 1 and runs for several months, though peak activity doesn't arrive until August for the storms that start in the Atlantic.