Cyclonic Storm Migration
Near the Azores that’s where they arise tropical depressions that wander westward fed by warm water weakened by windshear. Over the Caribbean hook right, head north now a named storm sprawling spiral single-eyed cyclone hell-hurricane. Then northeast, following Carolina’s coast Mid-lantic states Maritime provinces eastbound now and called extra-tropical. All the way back across the Atlantic post-tropical cyclones can still pack a punch killer storm-strike on old England’s coast. I still haven’t seen the circuit completed remnants re-finding the westbound flow regaining strength south-west of Gibraltar. First time for everything— second time around?
Listen to Tiel Aisha read the poem: