Subtropical Storm Wanda wraps up hurricane season’s ABCs



Subtropical Storm Wanda has fashioned in the course of the Atlantic Ocean, and with that, forecasters once more reached the tip of the English alphabet, with a month nonetheless to go this Atlantic hurricane season.

Wanda has hardly strengthened because it fashioned on Saturday, reaching prime sustained winds of 45 mph (75 kmh), and poses no menace to land. Forecasters predicted Monday that it’ll wobble round for a number of days earlier than dissipating removed from any coast.

Extra notable is that with Wanda, the U.S. Nationwide Hurricane Heart has now used up its preliminary checklist of 21 named storms for the second consecutive yr.

Names starting with Q, U, X, Y and Z have been deemed too arduous to pronounce with regards to storm warnings. And don’t count on Alpha to Omega if nonetheless extra storms take form: The World Meteorological Group voted this yr to retire the Greek alphabet as too complicated. A unique, supplemental checklist of names has been authorised as an alternative, from Adria to Will. | Subtropical Storm Wanda wraps up hurricane season’s ABCs

Aila Slisco

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