More winds of God’s Wrath on the way: Jeremiah 23

Active 2020 Hurricane Season not finished yet: next week, in the Atlantic

Sunday, October 18th 2020

Active 2020 Hurricane Season not finished yet: next week, in the Atlantic

Nikita Pero of Gulfport, Miss., walks with her son Vinny Pero, 2, on the beach along the Gulf of Mexico in Biloxi, MS, Monday, Sept. 14, 2020.{ } (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

We’re already into the Greek Alphabet for names. After Alpha, Beta, Gamma, and Delta, “Epsilon” is next on the list. Long range guidance models show a brewing area of tropical weather that’s expected to become the next one.

By the middle of next week, it’s expected to gain strength in the mid-Atlantic, then start moving northward, pulled ahead of an approaching cold front. As a result, that surf should build along the Eastern Seaboard, including Southern New England.

Even longer range guidance models show another system brewing in the Caribbean, that may stall near the Gulf of Mexico, and get pulled towards Florida in the ramp up to Halloween. Stay tuned!

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