A tropical storm is currently brewing in the Atlantic Ocean, and it’s arrival is a bit premature compared to previous years . . .
Monday, tropical storm “Bret” formed in the Atlantic Ocean in the Caribbean Sea. The storm “appeared at an extremely unusual location so early in the 2017 hurricane season”.
— The Weather Channel (@weatherchannel) June 19, 2017
— Mark Stitz (@MarkStitz) June 19, 2017
Let’s all welcome Tropical Storm Bret, earliest storm ever to form this far south in the Atlantic! Hot new world! https://t.co/DwRzAW85M2
— Bill McKibben (@billmckibben) June 19, 2017
A second disturbance over the southern Gulf of Mexico, meanwhile, could reportedly reach America’s northern Gulf Coast with flooding and severe rain by the middle of this week.
The National Hurricane Center on Monday purportedly issued a tropical storm warning for the Intracoastal City to the Mouth of Louisiana’s Pearl River amid the weather activity.
The Post reported that the Gulf phenomenon is expected to morph into a tropical depression or Tropical Storm Cindy shortly.