subtropical cyclone

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subtropical cyclone

[‚səb′träp·ə·kəl ′sī‚klōn]
(meteorology)
The low-level (surface chart) manifestation of a cutoff low.
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They sampled 240 colonies throughout the storm-prone coastal regions, and compared them to control sites, with a particular interest in determining if extreme weather -- in this case area disturbed in 2018 by subtropical storm Alberto, Hurricane Florence, and Hurricane Michael -- caused particular spider traits to prevail over others.
Only three named storms have developed -- Subtropical Storm Andrea in May, prior to the official start of the season on June 1, followed by Hurricane Barry which hit the Louisiana coast in mid-July and Tropical Storm Chantal in the middle of the north Atlantic (named earlier this week).
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Phil Klotzbach and his team shows the possibility of 14 named storms (including subtropical storm Andrea), six hurricanes, and two major hurricanes in 2019.
This year is the fifth time in a row that a system has spun up in the Atlantic before the official June 1 start to the season, with Subtropical Storm Andrea forming earlier this week.
A little subtropical storm arrived and put things in a bit of a mess.
The national forecaster said the remnants of the subtropical storm will bring "high intensity rainfall over a relatively short period" tonight.
Much of country will be lashed with strong winds and driving rain when remnants of the subtropical storm arrive overnight tonight.
One of the key rainfall-producing systems in Illinois in May was when the remains of subtropical storm Alberto tracked up the Illinois-Indiana border.
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