Cyclone Danielle, which could approach Galicia, becomes a hurricane – La Voz de Galicia

It could arrive on the Iberian Peninsula on Thursday of next week. The first consequence would be a major hot outbreak with a southerly wind; then came the bad sea and heavy rains. The current Atlantic hurricane season, which began June 1, is approaching peak activity with only three storms formed to date: Alex, Bonnie, and Colin, the last dissipating on July 3, a period of inactivity that it had been recorded since 1941. There are many factors that influence the formation and deepening of a tropical cyclone —explains the Aemet—. Among them, the surface temperature of the ocean, which to the west of the Azores is between 26 and 28 degrees, between 2 and 4 above normal for the season. Filed under: Meteorology