With the threat for tropical development this Memorial Day holiday weekend, many may be wondering if early season development translates into an active Atlantic hurricane season.
Confidence is growing that Tropical Storm Alberto will form this Memorial Day holiday weekend before bringing a prolonged flood threat to the southeastern United States.
An uneven southwest and east Asia monsoon may lead to areas of drought and recurring flooding during the summer of 2018.
A resurgence of heavy storms and downpours is expected across the southeastern United States beginning this weekend as a tropical feature brews in the Gulf of Mexico.
Regardless of whether an organized tropical system takes shape in the Gulf of Mexico for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the southeastern United States will remain at risk for flooding downpours.
Dangerous heat is expected across northern India this week as both the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal are monitored for tropical cyclone development.
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