TS Kirk will bring strong wind, heavy rain to portions of Lesser Antilles; also need to watch Rosa closely in east Pacific

Here we are about to end the month of September and the tropics are still as busy as ever. While we do not have any hurricanes currently in the Atlantic, Kirk may make a run at becoming a hurricane before it reaches the Lesser Antilles.

Meanwhile, in the east Pacific, hurricane Rosa is gaining strength quickly and will soon become a major hurricane and then is likely to turn north and eventually northeast towards the Baja and the Southwest U.S. – which could pose a major flood threat early next week.

I cover all of these topics and more in my latest video discussion posted below.

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