Hello, Tropiical Cyclones Wiki! Im Delcore, and im moving to tropical Cyclones Wiki! I am a hurricane enthusiast, and have come across this wiki. I have done a lot of work on a similar wiki, Hypothetical Hurricanes Wiki. My pages will be transferred over to here for viewing! Cant wait to share my pages with you!Read more >
9 Storms Remaining (1 Storm Isn't Photo Complete) Isn't Complete. And Storm Track, Image.Read more >
To get things done quicker around here, I have been thinking of proposing a "basin team" type of cooperation. We could use it to get certain basins done in certain time periods.
- Atlantic: 2-4 people
- East Pacific: 4-6 people
- West Pacific: 10+ people
- North Indian: 1 person
- SHem: 2-4 people
You could be part of one or more group obviously, but to get things done quicker, this would be great. If you want to request to be part of a basin team, please comment below with which basin(s) you would want to work on. Thanks for reading. Current Members:
- Atlantic: Cane Harvey, TornadoGenius, KingLucarius, Brickcraft1
- East Pacific: Cane Harvey, TornadoGenius, ThatBronyWithoutAName (more members needed)
- West Pacific: Cane Harvey, TornadoGenius, ThatBronyWithoutAN…
Earlier today, Invest 90L was designated Subtropical Storm Alberto by the National Hurricane Center. It is currently near the Yucatan of Mexico. It is expected to become tropical, and move into the Gulf of Mexico this weekend. It will landfall early next week as a strong tropical storm on the Gulf Coast (Missisippi or Alabama). In the North Indian Ocean, Cyclone Meknu is currently a Category 3 equivalent cyclone, and is just hours away from landfall, where widespread destruction is likely, along with death. People in any areas mentioned should watch for updates from their respective centers. Next blog scheduled for tomorrow.Read more >
Hello TC wiki users and fans i am here to adress my inactivty i have been inactie because i have been on other wikis and kinda away from wikia in general IDK if i will increase my activity i have been on discord though so cheersRead more >
Testing. Testing. Testingtestingtestingtesting... TESTING!!! AH!!Read more >
As you can see I changed my user color to the same one I have on HHW. :P
Now that I have the ability to edit MW pages, I was wondering if anyone wanted their user color changed here, or they wanted a custom user comment like the ones we have on HHW. I'd be glad to help if anyone is interested.
Perhaps we could do user colors for certain usergroups (which is sometimes seen on some wikis), or we could just let different users pick whatever user color they'd like. What are your thoughts?Read more >
So the 2016 season has ended, what do we think of next year?Read more >
The NHC just recently issued its final advisory on Newton. Newton was a Strong storm, packing winds of 90 mph in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Now, this means we no longer have any fully Tropical named storms in either the Atlantic or Eastern Pacific basins. While this may seem like a cool down, we are in September the peak of Hurricane Season. Currently, there is an Area of Interest near the Cabo Verde Islands, with a 70% chance of development within five days.
This could possibly be Ian, but thankfully, it looks like it is going to move out to sea. This month is really the month to stay alert, and watch for any tropical development in the Atlantic. We are already ahead of last year, and we could far ahead by the beginning of October. Thanks for…Read more >
Tropical Storm Gaston was a Hurricane this morning, however it has weakened to a TS. Gaston has a chance to re-strengthen.
However 99-L is the big one. There is a lot of uncertainty with this one and it will threaten Flordia and possibly head into the Gulf of Mexico. Anyone along the Gulf Coast needs to be alert, and monitor this system. It could become Hermine and possibly a Hurricane.Read more >
Tropical Storm Gaston has formed in the Atlantic and is forecast to become a Hurricane tomorrow. Gaston should be no threat to land and will run a similar-ish track to Fiona, but stronger. Gaston could become the first Major Hurricane of the year. Some models were hinting at Cat 5 intensity, the first in 9 years
Invest 99-L has a 60% chance in 5 days and could be Hermine and strike Florida. Nevertheless, people in the path of Hermine should expect flooding and heavy rain as well as gusty winds. People should keep an eye on this.
Fiona has not fizzled out and is clinging to life.Read more >
Tropical Storm Fiona is expected to become a depression today according to the National Hurricane Center and is still not threat to land do to its small size and is expected to move east of Bermuda.
Invest 99-L could become a Hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico and landfall in Louisiana according to the GFS. This is obviously a huge concern. Read Yesterday's blog for more. The CMC model has it heading for North Carolina as a even stronger Hurricane. 99-L is definitely something to keep a very close eye on.
Potential Invest 90-L
This also be a Hurricane and may threaten land but this one is so far out we can't really tell. Keep and eye on this one too.
Be Cautious, Brickcraft1Read more >
Invest 99-L has a 50% chance of developing over five days and several models have it being a strong hurricane threatening land. The areas can be the Northeast,Gulf Coast, and maybe Bermuda.
All 3 are concerning landfall areas but what is really concerning is the Gulf Coast. The Gulf Coast state of Louisiana has just experienced extreme flooding and a Hurricane would be devastating beyond belief because people don't have homes and more rain. They don't need rain. People who didn't flood might or even will flood.
So lets all hope 99-L/Gaston Stays out to sea.
Stay Safe, Brickcraft1Read more >
The tropics are starting to heat up. We currently have Tropical Storm Fiona in the Atlantic. A wave coming off of Africa could threaten the United States of America.On the other side of the world. In the East and Central Pacific there is an invest each. In the west Pacific there are three active systems. TD 10,TS Twelve,TD Dianmu,all which may threaten land at some point.
Also I'm about to do an article on Hurricane Sandy and if anyone wants to help please do.
1. Hurricane Katrina ✓
3.Tropical Storm Lee
4. Super Typhoon Haiyan
So if you're reading this. You are one of the first to do so and thank you.Read more >