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'Zombie Storm': Nearly Vanished Storm Paulette Reborn With New Vigor

As if the weather chaos of the record hurricane season weren't enough, now there is new cause for concern. Hurricane Flight, which weakened and almost disappeared from the radar, was reborn again. The National Weather Service (NWS) has proposed a name that did not previously exist: Tropical Zombie Storms. The term appeared on an NWS tweet on Tuesday. The publication told about an unusual phenomenon CNN.

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Paulette formed earlier in September as one of five active tropical cyclones originating in the Atlantic Ocean. This was only the second time in history when so many storms existed at the same time.

Hurricane Paulette hit Bermuda in Category 1 and intensified to Category 2 over the island on September 14. The storm then slowed down and lost its tropical storm status to the post-tropical low pressure category.

Paulette weakened for five and a half days. According to the National Hurricane Center (NHC), it gained strength and turned into a tropical storm on Monday, September 21st. The hurricane appeared about 300 miles (283 km) off the coast of the Azores.

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"Zombie storms" like Paulette are rare, but they've happened before, CNN meteorologist Brandon Miller told CNN.

“If the storm does not dissipate completely, it could re-emerge in a few days as conditions become more favorable,” Miller said.

Screenshot: Twitter / @ NWS

“2020 is a good candidate for zombie storms because the water temperature is above average over most of the Atlantic Ocean, and obviously we are seeing a record number of storms, which increases the chances that one of them could resume, ”Miller said.

Paulette is not the first storm to rise from the dead. The last time it happened was in 2004, when Hurricane Ivan happened.

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