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The National Hurricane Center is focused on four areas of possibilities for future tropical development.
It's the peak: Sept. 10 is the climatological peak of the hurricane season.
The National Hurricane Center is watching multiple areas as the 2021 hurricane season reaches its peak tomorrow.
There's Ida, Julian, TD10, a low off the eastern coast of the United States and a tropical wave moving off the coast of Africa.
After a quiet July, there are three tropical systems to watch.
Two tropical depressions are expected to become tropical storms sometime today.
Activity in the Atlantic Ocean is heating up during the peak of the hurricane season.
Two more tropical waves are making their way across the central Atlantic Ocean as the peak of the hurricane season approaches.
Hurricane Isaias is now forecast to become a category 2 storm.