Tropical Storm Jova Forms From Franklin’s Ghost in the Eastern Pacific

A new eastern Pacific tropical storm, named Jova, has formed from the remnants of what was once Hurricane Franklin, adding another chapter to what was the Atlantic Basin’s first hurricane of 2017.

Sounds strange, right? But it’s happened before.

Hurricanes and tropical storms typically weaken over land, as they lose the energy source of warm ocean water.

In Franklin’s case, the surface circulation was ripped apart by the mountains east of Mexico City.

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