November 30th, 2005 | researchmaterial
The record-breaking North Atlantic hurricane season of 2005 just will not end â€“ and it may get worse yet, say meteorologists as yet another storm has surfaced in the Atlantic and the remnants of Tropical Storm Delta blow towards Africa.
On Monday, Delta blew across the Canary Islands on its way towards Morocco. The US National Hurricane Center predicts its remains may reach northern Mauritania on Tuesday.
But this highly unusual transatlantic crossing does not wrap up this already-record-breaking season, which officially ends Wednesday. On Tuesday meteorologists at the NHC named tropical storm Epsilon, which is the record 26th tropical storm of 2005…