Tropical Storm BillJune 15, 2015 - Tropical Storm Bill forms in the northwest Gulf of Mexico.June 16, 2015 - Makes landfall on Matagorda Island, Texas.June 17, 2015 - Is downgraded to a tropical depression.
Hurricane KateNovember 9, 2015 - Tropical Storm Kate forms near the Bahamas.November 11, 2015 - Becomes a hurricane.
But Tropical Storm Mirian is spinning in the Pacific Ocean some 2,000 miles east of Hawaii and is expected to become a hurricane as it approaches the islands.
Formation chance through 5 days.medium.50 percent.
Located about 2,573 miles west of Hilo, Norman was packing maximum sustained winds of 65 mph while moving west-northwest at 10 mph at 5 a.m., according to the National Hurricane Center.
Whilst flooding affected Big Island and Kauai this weekend before the storm arrived strong winds fanned flames on the island of Maui.
The center of the storm is located 1,105 miles ESE of HIlo at 14.2 N 139.4 W, moving west at 12 mph. The environment out in the eastern part of the Basin appears favorable for development and a depression could form over the Labor Day Weekend.
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Tropical Storm BarryJune 19 - Tropical Storm Barry forms in the southern Gulf of Mexico.June 20 - Weakens to a tropical depression and then later a post-tropical cyclone.
No storm warnings or coastal watches were in effect.
Tropical Storm IdaSeptember 18, 2015 - Tropical Storm Ida forms.September 24, 2015 - Weakens to a tropical depression.
This is the second highest rainfall total from a tropical cyclone in the U.S. since 1950.
In Hawaii after the arrival of hurricane lane set a new record for the number of showers in the United States. NASA research has shown that storms with cloud top temperatures that cold (that are very high in the troposphere) have the capability to generate heavy rain.
"Over the next six weeks we will see a steady parade of strong tropical waves emerging from the coast of Africa, and some of these waves will be capable of acting as the seeds for the most risky type of Atlantic hurricanes - the Cape Verde storms", said Weather Underground co-founder Jeff Masters in his Category 6 blog.