Here you will find the latest updates on the tropical systems occurring in the Atlantic Basin for the 2023 season.

Active Storms:

Tropical Storm Philippe:

Tropical Storm Philippe formed Sunday afternoon over the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean. With the latest update Sunday evening, Philippe has maximum winds of 50 mph and is moving west-northwest at 14 mph.

In the coming days, it is forecast to maintain tropical storm strength over the Atlantic.

We will continue to keep a watch on the tropical Atlantic through the months to come.

A Look At The Rest Of The Atlantic Hurricane Season:

The peak of hurricane season for the Atlantic Basin was on September 10. There have been 16 named storms this season with Rina next up on the list.

NOAA updated its predictions for the 2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season. They are forecasting 14-21 named storms, 6-11 hurricanes and 2-5 major hurricanes. The Colorado State University forecast has also been updated to 18 named storms, nine hurricanes and four major hurricanes. The average for the season is 14 named storms, seven hurricanes and three major hurricanes.

With El Niño conditions being limited, and abnormally warm sea surface temperatures in the Gulf and Atlantic, the forecast for the season has been increased to near or slightly above average.

Stick with the Weather Authority through the hurricane season for the latest!