2020 Hurricane Season Thread

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    Cristobal has already set records in the Atlantic basin. It became the earliest-ever third named tropical storm to form in any Atlantic hurricane season in recorded history on Tuesday. The previous storm to hold that record was Tropical Storm Colin, and it developed during the midday hours of June 5 in 2016. Typically, the third named storm does not brew until way later in the season, occurring on average around Aug. 13. Last year, the third storm of the season, Tropical Storm Chantal, developed months later on Aug. 20.
     
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    https://weather.com/storms/hurrican...orecast-louisiana-mississippi-alabama-florida

    Hurricane Sally Crawling Toward Gulf Coast With Potentially Historic and Life-Threatening Flooding

    • Hurricane Sally is moving very slowly in the northern Gulf of Mexico.
    • Sally's slow movement will result in prolonged impacts on the Gulf Coast.
    • Life-threatening storm surge is expected, particularly in parts of Alabama and the western Florida Panhandle.
    • Flooding rain is a major threat from Sally on the Gulf Coast and farther inland across the Southeast this week.
    • Rainfall totals of up to 30 inches could result in historic flooding near and just inland from the northern Gulf Coast.
    • Damaging winds are expected near where Sally's center crosses the coast.
     
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