Because of the beauty from the eye in the sky. . .I am featuring a .GIF of the whole loop of the unusual activity that we experienced in December, after the tropical season officially closed. The activity, if it would have come to naming would have been Owen, but never even turned into a red “X”. It started out near 55° west longitude in the Atlantic, moving north, to northeast only to 54° west longitude, only about less than 5° north, between 24° latitude and ° 28° latitude. This is the definitely the final tropical activity of the Atlantic and all the 2022 season, and a montage and recap to follow up and coming in the near future. The transition of the unusual December tropical activity is shared all on one loop, featured on .GIPHY:
Atlantic Hurricane Name Chart:
|Final 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Names (in Order)|
||Agatha + (Atlantic) Alex||(AL-leks)|
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UNUSUAL DECEMBER TROPICAL ACTIVITY ON .GIPHY
This post is posted late due to my illness in December.
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