By Thursday morning, Pali was downgraded to a tropical depression.
Weather Underground reports: “This is on the heels of a historically active 2015 tropical season in the Pacific Ocean,” adding, “Pali will continue to track fairly close to the equator, potentially ending up between 1 to 2 degrees north latitude. According to the Central Pacific Hurricane Center, this is ‘something rarely seen in the central Pacific.'”
Meteorologist Jeff Masters wrote Wednesday that having the two named storms in January in the Atlantic and Central Pacific “would have been unimaginable a few decades ago.”
Explaining why they represent anomalies, Masters writes: “The average date of the first named storm in the Atlantic is July 9; the Central Pacific also typically sees its first named storm in July.”
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