Tropics look to remain very busy as we move through mid-September

9:20 AM ET Thursday, September 14

It is peak time of the hurricane season and we have the activity to prove it, that’s for sure. Right now, we are tracking hurricane Jose which could pose a threat for some impacts to portions of the East Coast over the next few days.

We are also keeping tabs on activity in the east Pacific where hurricane Max is about to make landfall in SW Mexico, bringing with it the risk of heavy rain and related flooding concerns.

In addition, the NHC will begin issuing advisories on a new tropical storm, Norma, to the south of the Baja peninsula.

I cover all of these topics and more in today’s video discussion which is posted below.

M. Sudduth


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