Blowing thru the Caribbean is Tropical Storm and soon to be Tropical Hurricane Michael say meteorologists. This 2006 Atlantic Tropical hurricane season has certainly been a huge one and although it has not been quite as horrific as the record breaking 2005 Atlantic tropical hurricane season it still is making waves and wind in the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico and along the Eastern Seaboard. The very hot ocean surface temperatures are one of the main culprits.
Tropical Depression Michael grew fast into Tropical Storm Michael and is now sure to be Hurricane Michael. The NOAA and NASA Satellites have its eye wall forming and its width also expanding rapidly. The Hurricane Hunters will also be dispatched out to see just how fast the wind speed it and how fast its eye wall winds are moving. The Weather Channel and the National Hurricane Center are keeping us all posted and FEMA is getting ready to announce information too, as our super computer weather programs attempt to predict its path and eventual landfall.
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