Tropical Storm Theta has formed becoming the 29th named storm of the tumultuous 2020 hurricane season breaking a record set in 2005.
Theta formed over the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean as the record-breaking 29th named storm of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season.
Theta was about 860 miles southwest of the Azores and was producing maximum sustained winds of 70 miles per hour, nearing hurricane strength, according to the National Hurricane Center.
The number of named storms exceeded even the forecasts issued by NOAA, and forced the National Weather Service to resort to using the Greek alphabet for names after there were such an excessive number of storms.
The Weather Service had not done that since 2005, when 28 storms grew strong enough to have names.
“This year has been super active,” said Phil Klotzbach, a research scientist in the department of atmospheric science at Colorado State University. “We’ve seen a tremendous amount of storms.”
Gary W. Yohe, the Huffington Foundation professor of economics and environmental studies at Wesleyan University, described how this new record is a reminder.
That residents and communities in hurricane-prone areas must continue to adapt due to the higher frequency of storms and increasing threat of damage from such storms.
The Biblical prophecies of Lord Jesus (Luke 21) foretold there would be the intensification of storms on the earth with the sea and the waves roaring which will be signs indicating the nearing end of this age of grace.
These events and conditions happening now are warning signs pointing to the nearing fulfillment of the Last Days prophecies at the end of this age revealing it’s time to prepare now for the nearing appearance of Jesus Christ for His Church by being born again spiritually into the Kingdom of God as Jesus said we must (John 3) and His Apostles who were authorized (Matthew 16:19) described how (Acts 2).
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