Storm tracker released a final update on “Paulette” a few days ago. &Zombie is not a technical term, but a nickname for the bland storm. Only when conditions permit, can the dead come back to life. The formation (or re generation) of a tropical storm requires favorable wind conditions: plenty of warm, humid air and warm sea water. In addition, it also needs to have the general structure of a tropical storm, with a warm center and a lack of cold front or warm front. This kind of structure was lost for a short time last week, which led to its unexpected death. < p > < p > < p > the “Resurrection” of “Paulette” took place more than a week after it hit Bermuda as a hurricane. On September 16, forecasters predicted during the last discussion of storms that “Paulie has some unique opportunities & quot; that may regenerate. “Paulette” was re formed on September 22, but according to the latest news, it is currently weakening and is expected to weaken rapidly again within a day. < / P > < p > although the second life of “Paulette” is likely to be short-lived, other “zombie” storms are much more powerful. In 2018, tropical storm Leslie hammered the Iberian Peninsula after a 19 day extremely bizarre trip across the Atlantic Ocean. In 2014, hurricane Anna re formed in the Pacific Ocean and hit British Columbia. < / P > < p > < p > & quot; zombies & quot; storms are not entirely uncommon – except Anna and Leslie, Humberto and Gabriel both came back from the dead during the hurricane season in 2013, and in 2014, a different & quot; zombie storm was re formed before Halloween. Over the past few decades, hurricanes have become more powerful because of climate change. Skip to content