The stormy season is just beginning.
That means it’s time to start planning for a stormy time of year, which means it also means it means it makes sense to get ready for more storms.
The stormiest time of the year will be right around the corner.
It will be February 3, 2020, when Tropical Storm Sandy will make landfall.
That’s right, it will make a little bit of a dent in the US.
And it will be another busy month.
The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) is expected to be the most powerful and destructive hurricane in US history.
It is expected by many to cause a significant amount of damage and death.
The strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic is the Category 3 storm that slammed into Haiti in 1985.
The tropical storm has already made landfall in the Caribbean and is expected, in addition to Sandy, to hit Florida, Texas, Puerto Rico and other states.
Tropical Storm Jose has also been moving across the Caribbean, threatening Florida, Puerto Rican and American Virgin Islands.
This hurricane season has already seen a record number of deaths, which is also why it makes good sense to prepare.
While the National Hurricane Center (NHC) says it will not see an increase in the number of hurricanes this year, the storm is forecast to bring more heavy rain, winds and flooding to the United States.
That is a good thing.
But, we do know that the Atlantic Meridian Overturner Winds (AMO) can be quite strong, particularly in the Southeast, and we are still waiting to see what the storm will do.
Here’s what we know.
What is the AMO?
The Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOT) is a powerful, fast-moving jet stream that transports warm air from the Gulf of Mexico toward the eastern Atlantic.
The AMOT is very powerful and can move very quickly, as it passes over tropical storms, which makes them even more dangerous.
In addition to hurricane season, there is also hurricane season after hurricane season.
This means that even if we don’t have a tropical storm, a hurricane or two are expected to make landfall in this region in January, February and March.
The most intense hurricanes are typically born in the South Atlantic and the Caribbean Sea, where the AMOT can move in from the south.
But it also moves through the Caribbean toward Florida and other southern states.
It’s a relatively low-lying area.
If the AMOC is still moving fast, the AMOW will move into the Gulf and then make landfall there.
Hurricane Jose will bring even more intense hurricane winds and possibly tropical storm force winds to Florida, while bringing hurricane force winds in other southern parts of the country.
And we may not get a lot of rain.
The Gulf of California is a very wet area.
The storms that form there are not expected to become hurricanes, but there are many of them that are expected.
There are also storms that are tropical storms.
Tropical storms are more destructive than hurricanes.
Tropical storm force wind gusts are higher than hurricane force wind gales.
And there are storms that will bring winds of up to 200 mph that are much more damaging than hurricane-force winds.
A hurricane is a category 4 or higher hurricane that is rated at category 4+ by the NHC.
A tropical storm is a tropical cyclone with sustained winds at least 50 mph and maximum sustained winds of at least 80 mph.
A storm is considered a tropical system if it has sustained winds between 70 mph and 110 mph.
The top of the AMOG is located about 30 miles southeast of the Bahamas, and the bottom is about 35 miles east of Key West, Florida.
What does the Atlantic get in February?
For starters, it has some of the driest, warmest and least windy conditions of any time of this year.
The water is not as cold as it was in February, and it is very humid.
But the Atlantic meridian will still move fast.
And the Atlantic will still bring the strongest winds to the South.
Hurricanes are more powerful than hurricanes, and if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em.
The warm air in the Gulf will be a problem for the Atlantic, and that is why it is important to have some protection in place.
This is especially true for the East Coast, because of the large areas that have not had much rain in the past few months.
So, the best way to protect yourself and your family from a hurricane is to get out of the way of the hurricane.
But remember, this is a hurricane season and there are still a lot more storms coming.
Here are the things you need to know: Hurricanes can be deadly.
If you are on the East coast, prepare to be hit by a hurricane.
The best time to get away from the coast is when the sun is low.
If it is low