Seven ‘Disturbances’ Swirl In Atlantic As Experts Brace For Active Late Season  | Zero Hedge

Readers may recall, on Thursday, we outlined the La Nina weather pattern has likely been the culprit behind dangerous wildfires in the western U.S., and, as we highlighted as early as Aug. 13, the ‘super active’ hurricane season. As Bloomberg describes, La Nina “triggers an atmospheric chain reaction that stands to roil weather around the globe, often turning the western U.S. into a tinder box, fueling more powerful hurricanes in the Atlantic and flooding parts of Australia and South America.” While we have covered the wildfire situation in the western U.S. – it’s now time to turn our attention back to a meteorological dilemma developing in the Atlantic basin. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is tracking seven systems – yes – seven systems – which were highlighted in their Thursday morning tropical update:

Source: Seven ‘Disturbances’ Swirl In Atlantic As Experts Brace For Active Late Season  | Zero Hedge

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