2015 Atlantic Tropical Storm Season Winding Down

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Pastor Gary

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With November upon us and only a few weeks remaining in the 2015 Atlantic Tropical Storm and Hurricane Season , the probability of the formation of significant Tropical Storms is lessening each day. The east Pacific "El Nino" effect has helped in reducing the frequency of strong Atlantic origin Tropical Storms this season. While there is always the possibility of a late season storm, we are not currently seeing any indications of conditions that would produce such storms. However, our staff at the Tropical Storm Research Center will continue to monitor conditions through the first week in December and we will report anything of interest.

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Tropical Storm Research Center, Gulf Shores, Alabama.

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