It was centered about 445 miles (715 km) southeast of Cape Race Newfoundland, Canada. Hurricane Sally impacted the US Gulf Coast, causing severe flooding, while Hurricane Teddy impacted Bermuda before affecting Atlantic Canada as an extratropical cyclone. [258] In Lavallette, New Jersey, a 60-year-old man drowned while swimming after being caught in rough surf produced by Paulette. Teddy is an extremely large hurricane. It then reformed near the Azores and moved erratically before dissipating on September 23. The storm then moved over the northern Leeward islands, and it then strengthened as it approached Puerto Rico. [118] Two days later, the system re-emerged over the coast of Georgia. [citation needed]. Tropical Storm Dolly also formed in June. [124] It quickly lost intensity inland, and by 06:00 UTC July 11, had weakened to a tropical depression while situated about 50 mi (80 km) north of New York City. Former Hurricane Teddy, which is now a post-tropical cyclone dwindling just west of Newfoundland in Canada, grew significantly in size and strength after it passed by Bermuda on Monday. [265] However, the continued effects of dry air and easterly wind shear weakened the storm to a tropical depression on September 12. [165] One man drowned due to strong currents in Cape May, New Jersey. [391] By 06:00 UTC on October 10, Delta had weakened to a tropical storm,[392] and by 15:00 UTC to a tropical depression. [283] By 05:00 UTC on September 15, it had become a Category 2 hurricane again. [140] The depression continued to become better organized in the gulf and was designated Tropical Storm Hanna at 03:00 UTC on July 24, while located about 385 mi (620 km) east-southeast of Corpus Christi, Texas. [516] Iota then rapidly weakened as it moved over the mountainous terrain of Central America, falling below hurricane status at 18:00 UTC. [170] However, when deep convection developed closer to the system's center late on July 31, the NHC began issuing advisories on Tropical Depression Ten. With Theta now here, the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season has officially claimed the No. It includes their duration, names, damage, and death totals. [506][507] By 06:00 UTC on November 16, hurricane hunters discovered that Iota had become a high-end Category 3 hurricane. By 18:00 UTC the following day, the depression developed into Tropical Storm Cristobal and was producing heavy rainfall in the Yucatán Peninsula. — ECCC Canadian Hurricane Centre (@ECCC_CHC) September 21, 2020 Some areas are also warned about very large waves as well as rough and pounding surf. Hurricane Season Outlook 2020 NL Water Resources Management Division | June 2020 Page 10 of 18 Historical Newfoundland and Labrador Hurricane Season The archive records from the National Hurricane Centers and the Canadian Hurricane Center records show Newfoundland being impacted by a higher number of tropical storms than [162], Numerous tropical storm watches and warnings as well as hurricane watches and hurricane warnings were issued for the Lesser Antilles, Greater Antilles, Bahamas, Cuba, and the entire East Coast of the United States. ... Hurricane … [19] The UK Met Office released their outlook that same day, predicting average activity with 13 tropical storms, 7 hurricanes, and 3 major hurricanes expected to develop between June and November 2020. [323] Eventually, 50 knots of wind shear began to take its toll on Vicky, and its wind speed began to fall. [330][331], On September 10, the NHC began to monitor a trough of low pressure that had formed over the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. When severe weather threatens, Environment Canada issues alerts that notify those in affected areas so that they can take steps to protect themselves and their property from harm. [365] Gamma weakened some as it passed over the northern Yucatán,[366] then emerged over the southern Gulf of Mexico early on October 4, with maximum sustained winds of 50 mph (95 km/h). [81], On May 24, a trough of low pressure developed over the southeastern Gulf of Mexico. Beta went on to impact Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi before transitioning into a remnant low over Alabama, marking an abrupt end to the 18 straight days of activity.[66]. [189] Meanwhile, its circulation quickly started to become elongated as a consequence of strong upper-level westerly winds. After 14 more days of inactivity, Tropical Storm Epsilon formed in mid-October and became the season's 10th hurricane on October 20, making 2020 the 5th Atlantic hurricane season in the satellite era (since 1966) to have at least 10 hurricanes by October 20, in addition to 1969, 1995, 2005 and 2017. Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 105 miles (165 km) from the center and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 400 miles (645 km). Teddy, the season's eighth hurricane and second major hurricane formed on September 12, while Vicky formed two days later. This forecast was based on the prediction of near-average trade winds and slightly warmer than normal sea surface temperatures (SSTs) across the tropical Atlantic as well as a neutral El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) phase in the equatorial Pacific. [346], On September 13, the NHC began to monitor a tropical wave over West Africa for possible development. [351] Wilfred eventually degenerated into a trough at 03:00 UTC on September 21. [146] As the hurricane approached landfall, local officials underscored the reality of the COVID-19 pandemic when warning residents living in flood-prone neighborhoods about the prospect of evacuation. Get the monthly weather forecast for St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, including daily high/low, historical averages, to help you plan ahead. [120] Three hours later, the center reformed near the edge of the primary convective mass, prompting the NHC to initiate advisories on Tropical Storm Fay at 21:00 UTC July 9, located just 40 miles east-northeast of Cape Hatteras. Three hours later, Gonzalo opened up into a tropical wave as it made landfall in northern Venezuela. At 1100 PM AST (0300 UTC), the center of Post-Tropical Cyclone Teddy was located near latitude 51.0 North, longitude 57.3 West based on the Marble Mountain, Newfoundland… [nb 4] Broadly speaking, ACE is a measure of the power of a tropical or subtropical storm multiplied by the length of time it existed. Three hours later, Nana made landfall between Dangriga and Placencia in Belize at peak intensity. [142] Hanna continued to strengthen further, reaching its peak intensity with 90 mph (140 km/h) winds by 21:00 UTC on July 25, before making landfall an hour later at Padre Island, Texas. Early on October 19, the NHC issued a special advisory on the system as it became more well-defined, dubbing it Tropical Depression Twenty-Seven as it became nearly stationary. [155] The storm fluctuated in intensity afterwards, due to strong wind shear and dry air, with its winds peaking at 85 mph (137 km/h) and its central pressure falling to 987 mbar (29.1 inHg). [193][194], On August 16, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) began tracking a large tropical wave that had emerged off the West African coast, and was traversing across the Intertropical Convergence Zone toward the Windward Islands. [364] Shortly thereafter, at around 16:45 UTC, Gamma made landfall near Tulum, Quintana Roo, at peak strength with winds of 70 mph (110 km/h) and a pressure of 980 mb. [415] Epsilon continued to weaken very slowly as it moved northward toward the north extent of the Gulf Stream and encountered colder sea surface temperatures. [496] By 09:00 UTC the next day, Theta had weakened to a tropical depression,[497] and it degenerated to a remnant low six hours later. [218] Marco passed just offshore of Honduras and, as a result of favorable atmospheric conditions, quickly intensified to an initial peak of 65 mph (105 km/h) and a pressure of 992 mb, with a characteristic eye beginning to form on radar. [238] Total economic losses in Belize exceeded $20 million. [429] By 21:00 UTC on October 24, the system had organized enough to be designated as Tropical Depression Twenty-Eight. Residents at risk were evacuated. Three hours later, it became extratropical while located about 450 miles southeast of Cape Race, Newfoundland.[112]. On May 14, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) began monitoring an area of disturbed weather which was expected to form just north of Cuba in a couple of days. [80] Arthur caused $112,000 in damage in Florida. [171] This burst of convection continued for several hours, and the cyclone may have briefly produced tropical-storm-strength winds. “On Tuesday morning 3-4 metre waves at the coast will build to 7-9 metres late in the day, with waves breaking higher along parts of the coast,” says Environment Canada. [381] After attaining maximum sustained winds of 145 mph (230 km/h) and a pressure of 956 mb (28.23 inHg),[382] Delta weakened early on October 7 due to a slight increase in mid-level wind shear, which inhibited upper-level outflow from the storm and disrupted its small core. [195] As the system moved across the central tropical Atlantic toward the Windward Islands, satellite imagery revealed that the system had developed a well-defined center of circulation with sufficient organized deep convection to be classified as a tropical depression at 03:00 UTC on August 20. One fatality reported, 60–120 mm (2.4–4.7 in) of rain, and wind gusts to 130 km/h (81 mph). 1 spot for most named storms in a year. [117] The disturbance moved inland in the Florida Panhandle by 12:00 UTC July 6. [308] Later that day, the system began to merge with a mid-latitude trough;[309] the infusion of energy from the trough in combination with the warm waters of the Gulf Stream caused it to re-intensify to Category 2 hurricane late that night. [393] It became post-tropical six hours later while located about 80 mi (130 km) west-southwest of Tupelo, Mississippi. [501][502][503] Six hours later, the system strengthened into Tropical Storm Iota. 1005 UTC Wed Dec 9 2020 There are no tropical cyclones in the Eastern North Pacific at this time. [153] The system moved just south of Dominica, and at 03:00 UTC on July 30, it organized into a tropical cyclone. [460][461] It moved westward and then southwestward, before weakening again due to dry air. A total of 39 tornadoes touched down with two people being killed by an EF3 tornado that struck a mobile home park near Windsor, North Carolina on August 4. [219] After a Hurricane Hunters flight found evidence of sustained winds above hurricane force, Marco was upgraded to a Category 1 hurricane at 16:30 UTC on August 23. In addition, it was the fifth consecutive above average Atlantic hurricane season from 2016 onward, though it was the first extremely active season since 2017. Tropical Storm Cristobal formed on June 1, coinciding with the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season. Hurricane Teddy was a large and powerful Cape Verde hurricane that was the fourth-largest Atlantic hurricane by diameter of gale-force winds recorded and produced large swells along the coast of the Eastern United States and Atlantic Canada in September 2020. [18], On May 20, Mexico's Servicio Meteorológico Nacional released their forecast for an above-average season with 15–19 named storms, 7–9 hurricanes and 3–4 major hurricanes. Wave heights up to 9.8 ft (3 m) high closed ports for several days. [183] As a result, the storm later weakened, becoming a tropical depression early on August 16, just north of the Virgin Islands. [311] Later that same day, the hurricane weakened to Category 1 intensity,[312] before becoming a strong post-tropical cyclone at around 00:00 UTC on September 23. [106] By July 2, the remnant low emerged off the coast of Georgia,[107] and the NHC began monitoring the low around 00:00 UTC on July 4. [223] Marco degenerated into a remnant low just south of Louisiana at 09:00 UTC on August 25. [522][523], The following list of names has been used for named storms that form in the North Atlantic in 2020. coastline. [319] The disturbance steadily organized, and the NHC issued a special advisory to designate the system as Tropical Depression Twenty-One at 10:00 UTC on September 14. [515] At 03:40 UTC, Iota made landfall along the northeastern coast of Nicaragua near the town of Haulover with sustained winds of 155 mph (250 km/h) and a pressure of 920 mb (27.17 inHg). [128] The wave rapidly became better organized as it moved quickly westward. The storm began accelerating northwards on June 5[95] and by 18:00 UTC that day, despite being situated inland over the Yucatán Peninsula, Cristobal re-intensified back to tropical storm status. The type of alert issued depends on the severity and timing of the event. [131], On July 23, hurricane watches were issued for Barbados, St Vincent and the Grenadines, and a tropical storm watch was issued later that day for Grenada and Tobago. [31], On December 19, 2019, Tropical Storm Risk (TSR), a public consortium consisting of experts on insurance, risk management, and seasonal climate forecasting at University College London, issued an extended-range forecast predicting a slightly above-average hurricane season. They also predicted an ACE index of around 110 units. [358] Alpha and its associated low produced extensive wind damage, spawned at least two tornadoes, and caused extreme street flooding. [455] The next day, Eta weakened to a tropical depression. [372], On October 1, the NHC began to monitor a tropical wave located a few hundred miles east of the Lesser Antilles for potential development. It was centered about 445 miles (715 km) southeast of Cape Race Newfoundland, Canada. Hurricane Teddy poised to impact Atlantic Canada Tuesday and Wednesday. Infrared satellite image of Tropical Storm Epsilon at 10:40 a.m. EDT Tuesday, October 20, 2020. It then went on to ravage the same areas in Central America that Eta had devastated only two weeks earlier, and dissipated on November 18 before it could enter the Eastern Pacific as a remnant low.[77]. [352], At 06:00 UTC on September 15, the NHC, together with Météo France, began tracking a non-tropical low pressure area north of 45°N, a few hundred miles north of the Azores. The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season will be memorable in many ways. The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane season was a hyperactive season that brought upon more damage than every season, even surpassing 2005. [180] Josephine's intensity began to fluctuate on August 14, as wind-shear affected the system, causing convection to be displaced from the circulation. [494] Convection continued to wax and wane around the storm's center as it fluctuated in intensity into the next day[495] before it weakened again on November 14, when most of the deep convection associated with It dissipated. Hanna became the first hurricane of the season and struck South Texas, while Isaias became the second hurricane of the season and struck much of the Caribbean and the East Coast of the United States. It will bring some wind … At least 54 people were killed due to Iota including at least 21 in Nicaragua and 16 in Honduras, among other countries. The system moved north-northeast and developed into a tropical depression east of Florida around 18:00 UTC on May 16, before an Air Force reconnaissance aircraft found that it had become Tropical Storm A… The season officially started on June 1 and officially ended on November 30. As the storm ultimately weakened faster than anticipated, its landfall in Louisiana was much less damaging than initially feared, only causing around $35 million in damage.[226]. As Laura passed through the Northern Leeward Islands, it brought heavy rainfall to the islands of Guadeloupe and Dominica,[211] and prompted the closing of all ports in the British Virgin Islands. Impacts were relatively minor. Heavy rainfall and tropical-storm force winds were recorded across all of the Florida Keys and South Florida as well as the southern half of Central Florida, bringing widespread flooding to the region. [295] After overcoming persistent northerly shear,[296] the system became better organized and strengthened into Tropical Storm Teddy at 09:00 UTC on September 14. In late July, Hanna, the season's first hurricane, made landfall in South Texas. [428] Satellite images and radar data reviewed on October 19 showed that a trough of low pressure, located just west of Grand Cayman Island and extending northward across western Cuba, had formed. The season featured a total of 31 (sub)tropical cyclones, all but one of which became a named storm. President of Colombia Iván Duque Márquez was criticized for not evacuating residents from the country before the storm. [302] Internal fluctuation and an eyewall replacement cycle caused the storm to weaken slightly to a Category 3 hurricane at 09:00 UTC on September 18. [243] At 15:00 UTC the same day, the NHC upgraded the system to Tropical Storm Paulette. Paulette became the strongest storm to hit Louisiana. Additionally, Paulette briefly reformed as a tropical storm before once again becoming post-tropical. [454] Eta rapidly weakened over land while moving slowly westward, downgrading to a tropical storm by 09:00 UTC on November 4. Delta would later impact Louisiana, becoming the 10th storm to strike the continental U.S. in the season. [39] Over the ensuing 24 hours, Hanna underwent rapid intensification as its inner core and convection became better organized. Tropical storm force winds are likely farther north into the Gulf of St, Lawrence and southern coastal Newfoundland. As Hurricane Teddy moves into Canadian waters, there is a reasonable chance of hurricane-force winds near and south of the track, mainly over southern Atlantic Canada forecast waters. The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season was the most active and the seventh costliest Atlantic hurricane season on record. [134] However, the storm's impact ended up being significantly smaller than originally anticipated. [271], On September 10, the NHC began to monitor an area of disturbed weather over The Bahamas for possible development. [492] By the following morning, the effects of strong southwesterly shear had weakened Theta somewhat,[493] though it soon began to regain some strength, and by 03:00 UTC on November 12, attained maximum sustained winds of 65 mph (100 km/h). Heavy rains associated with a tropical wave and Iota brought heavy rainfall to parts of Colombia, leading to flash flooding and mudslides. The current season has now churned out 29 named storms , topping the single-season record of 28 storms from 2005, which is infamous for producing powerful hurricanes such as Katrina, Wilma and Rita. [360], On September 29, the National Hurricane Center began to monitor a tropical wave over the Lesser Antilles for potential development as it moved into the Western Caribbean. Total damage in. Severe damage, estimated at $3.5 million (1873. ... 2020 at 1:13 p.m. EST. [469][470], Hurricane and tropical storm watches and warnings were issued along the coast of Honduras and Northeastern Nicaragua as Eta approached. [447] The system organized and became Tropical Depression Twenty-Nine at 21:00 UTC on October 31. The floods killed one person in Praia on September 12. Winds of 80 km/h (50 mph), and moderate rainfall peaking at 2.7 in (68.58 mm). [100] Significant rain fell across much of Southern Mexico and Central America. After landfall overnight with 150 m.p.h. Nana quickly weakened, falling to a tropical depression at 18:00 UTC. [335] At 21:00 UTC on September 18, the system strengthened into Tropical Storm Beta. [448] The depression became Tropical Storm Eta at 03:00 UTC on November 1. It slowly organized and gained convection despite moderate wind shear as it meandered southeast of Bermuda. [363] Gamma began to quickly intensify after formation, almost reaching hurricane strength at 15:00 UTC on October 3. The NHC began to track a tropical wave located over the central tropical Atlantic at 00:00 UTC on August 16. [443] Strong winds and rain caused flooding and damaged infrastructure in Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. [48] The storm continued to intensify, with an eye beginning to form late on September 15. [256] It moved eastward over the next day, and became post-tropical for the second time in its lifespan early on September 23[257] and subsequently dissipated. Select a destination to see more weather parameters. [272] Over the next day, convection rapidly increased, became better organized, and formed a broad area of low-pressure on September 11. However, strengthening was halted as its central dense overcast was significantly disrupted when the storm entrained very dry air into its circulation from the Saharan Air Layer to its north. [289], A tropical storm watch was issued for the Miami metropolitan area when the storm first formed, while numerous watches and warnings were issued as Sally approached the U.S. Gulf Coast. [373] Shower and thunderstorm activity become more consolidated October 3, as the wave moved over the central Caribbean,[374] The consolidation trend continued through the next day, and at 21:00 UTC the system was classified as Potential Tropical Cyclone Twenty-Six. Isaias caused devastating flooding and wind damage in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Delta explosively intensified into a strong Category 4 hurricane before weakening and making landfall on the Yucatán Peninsula on October 7 as a high-end Category 2 hurricane. [370] The storm became post tropical six hours later just 85 miles north of the Yucatán Peninsula as it failed to redevelop any central convection. Hurricane Epsilon is forecast to track northeastward toward the Atlantic provinces this weekend but it is expected to be mostly a fish storm. [161] The storm passed over the Mid-Atlantic states and New England before transitioning into an extratropical cyclone near the American-Canadian border, and subsequently weakening progressing into Quebec. [123] Fay then made landfall east-northeast of Atlantic City, New Jersey at 21:00 UTC July 10 after weakening slightly. [121] Six people were directly killed due to rip currents and storm surge associated with Fay. 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