Tropical storm Sam has formed in the Atlantic Ocean, which is already turning into a hurricane.
This is reported by the National US Hurricane Watching Center.
According to The New York Times, this is the fourth storm to be named and the 18th overall in 2021.
According to The New York Times experts, “ Sam '' from the eastern part of the Caribbean Basin headed west at a speed of 25 km/h. The maximum wind speed so far reaches 80 km/h. It will be reclassified into a hurricane when the wind speed exceeds 119 km/h.
Remarkably, the peak of the Atlantic hurricane season usually occurs in August-November. In early September, Hurricane Ida struck the United States, which sank several districts of New York. A week later, Hurricane Nicholas hit Texas.