Hurricane Florence is long gone, but certainly not forgotten in the atmosphere. The storm’s remnant energy and moisture are partially responsible for two tropical systems in the Atlantic Ocean right now. They don’t pose any threat to land at the moment, but the mere presence of a storm anywhere in the ocean is disconcerting for residents still dealing with fallout from Florence’s landfall and historic flooding.

via Hurricane Florence helped spin up new storms in the Atlantic – AOL Weather

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Hurricane Florence helped spin up new storms in the Atlantic – AOL Weather

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