Latest Tropical Storm Zeta Stories
Legendary Ex-Jupiter and Forrester Analyst Cites Zeta's Massive Upgrades Under New Leadership NEW YORK, Jan.
A near-stationary Hurricane Bertha weakened to tropical storm status Sunday, 220 miles southeast of Bermuda, U.S. forecasters in Miami reported. The storm had sustained winds of 70 mph with gusts up to 90 mph, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said.
Tropical Storm Zeta weakened and began to break apart on Friday, bringing a final and overdue end to the costliest and busiest Atlantic hurricane season on record, U.S. forecasters said.
MIAMI (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Zeta weakened into a depression on Friday and appeared likely to dissipate, bringing a final and overdue end to the record-breaking 2005 Atlantic hurricane season, U.S. forecasters said. By 10 a.m.
MIAMI (Reuters) - Zeta strengthened back into a tropical storm on Thursday after briefly weakening into a depression. Forecasters at the U.S.
MIAMI (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Zeta weakened slightly as it churned over the open Atlantic on Wednesday, but it clung tenaciously to tropical-storm strength despite unfavorable winter conditions.
MIAMI (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Zeta maintained its strength over the open Atlantic on Tuesday as the 27th named storm of a record-breaking hurricane season drifted slowly westward.
MIAMI (Reuters) - A slightly weakened Tropical Storm Zeta lingered over the open Atlantic on Sunday, a month after the end of the official Atlantic and Caribbean hurricane season.
A strengthened Tropical Storm Zeta churned in the open Atlantic on Saturday, a month after the end of the official Atlantic and Caribbean hurricane season, without posing any threat to land.
By Jane Sutton MIAMI (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Zeta formed in the eastern Atlantic Ocean on Friday, a month after the official end of a record busy hurricane season but forecasters said the straggler storm did not threaten land.
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