I"ve been "following" the hurricane season since Katrina (sadly, I have to own up that, sometimes, it takes a big catastrophe for people to get focused on something). I found this site while looking for info on Katrina.
I decided to log in when I saw that the NHC was discontinuing advisories because Delta had become extratropical. Now I read a post saying that it reached 124 mph in the canaries. That is bigger than Beta... Can you explain me why has is not been upgraded to hurricane even if it is extratropical ?
Thanks in advance
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