Cool risks exacerbated by recurving typhoon in the Western Pacific

While much of the focus over the past few days has been on Hurricane Harvey, and rightfully so, another tropical cyclone will have an impact on the weather in the United States. We have spoken many times in the past regarding the importance of re-curving typhoons in the Pacific Ocean. These tropical systems can have major impacts on the mid level atmospheric patterns there, which eventually results in changes downwind over the United States.

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