Exactly?! Yeah right.
Friday, the U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami said the first hurricane ever in the South Atlantic was forming off the coast of Brazil, classifying it as a Category 1 hurricane -- the least powerful on forecasters' five-level scale, with winds between 74 and 95 mph.
Brazil's state weather service said that the eye of a hurricane is hotter than its edges, while the center of the weather system that formed above colder waters in South Atlantic was cold, which meant it was an extratropical cyclone.
Hardly sounds like the experts even agree that this was a hurricane. A little early to sound the "sky is falling" alarm.
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