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There’s a Tropical Storm Named “Delta” — and it Could Become a Hurricane

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Well, a new tropical storm’s weather waiver announcements will be ironic to write.

Plus, Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport is finally seeing a rise in traffic.

Those are some of today’s travel headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.

Tropical Storm Delta Could Be Upgraded

What a year for tropical storm names. We had René a few weeks ago. And now Tropical Storm Delta is gathering strength in the Caribbean.

The Weather Channel predicts it will soon become a hurricane — and could affect the U.S. Gulf Coast right around this coming weekend.

The C-concourse tram at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP)
The C-concourse tram at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP)

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3 Comments

  1. Barry Graham Reply

    I would have thought they would have avoid airline names when choosing storm names.

    • When they run out of planned names for the year, they use the Greek alphabet.

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