According to foreign media CNET, a storm off the coast of North Carolina has speeded up and officially became a tropical storm Omar on Tuesday. The tropical storm also broke a record for the Atlantic hurricane season. “Omar is the 15th named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season in 2020 and the 15th storm on record, about a week earlier than Ophelia in 2005,” NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center said on Wednesday < / P > < p > the Suomi NPP satellites of NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have been tracking the storm in the past few days. Strong upper winds have been weakening the storm. < / P > < p > NOAA previously predicted that the activity of the Atlantic hurricane season in 2020 is likely to be “higher than normal”. Omar is not currently a threat to land, but it was formed shortly after Hurricane Laura entered Louisiana and caused great damage. < / P > < p > < p > “Omar” has taken it off the U.S. coastline, but its presence early in the season is not a good sign. The “busy and intense” hurricane season may become the new normal of global warming. Scientists are studying the link between climate change and everything from wildfires to floods. A study released earlier this year also found that climate change is responsible for the strength of hurricanes. There are 21 approved names for the Atlantic tropical storm in 2020. After Omar, there are Paulette, Rene, Sally, Teddy, Vicky and Wilfred on the list. The Atlantic hurricane season in 2020 will last until November 30. IPhone 12 whole family barrel model exposed: it’s a tribute to iPhone 4