A new tropical threat in the western Pacific Ocean will heighten the risk for flooding across the Ryukyu Islands and parts of eastern China through Friday.
The slow-moving tropical storm will bring a high risk for flooding and mudslides to parts of China and Vietnam into this weekend.
The Atlantic Basin is uncharacteristically quiet for mid-August, with the exception of Subtropical Storm Ernesto in the north-central Atlantic Ocean.
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The tropics remain full of life in the West Pacific as Tropical Storm Leepi takes aim at southern Japan and South Korea into Wednesday night.
It’s now the peak of hurricane season in the Atlantic basin and with that comes the threat of an active September and the possibility of activity in October and beyond.
Flooding rain will be the main danger from Tropical Storm Yagi and a tropical depression across parts of southern and eastern China this week.
AccuWeather users, located in the southeastern U.S., on mobile and desktop web reported seeing a hurricane warning at 12:37 p.m. Friday, Aug. 10, 2018. However, there are no hurricane advisories currently in effect for the southeastern U.S.