Tropical storm Rose has formed in the Atlantic Ocean

The speed of wind gusts within the elements is more than 18 m/s, the U.S. National Hurricane Monitoring Center reported.

Tropical storm Rose formed on Sunday in the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean. The U.S. National Hurricane Monitoring Center reported this.

According to him, the speed of wind gusts within the elements is more than 18 m/s. “Rose” is located at a distance of 595 km to the west of the Cape Verde Islands, where the West African state of Cape Verde is located and is moving northwest at a speed of 7.1 m/s.

“Rose” became the seventeenth storm to receive a name for the entire hurricane season in 2021,” the meteorologists said in a statement.

The hurricane season usually lasts in the Atlantic for six months – from the beginning of June to the end of November. An atmospheric phenomenon is classified as a tropical storm and gets a name if the wind speed within its limits reaches about 17.5 m/s. With a wind speed of 33 m/s or more, the storm becomes a hurricane.

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