- Atlantic Ocean is waking back up. 65% chance for above-normal hurricane season
- The Atlantic is waking back up. 65% chance for above-normal hurricane season
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The National Hurricane Center has confirmed that the disturbance discovered in the Atlantic has officially formed into a subtropical storm Monday.
Subtropical Storm Andrea is located several hundred miles southwest of Bermuda. The NHC had previously predicted its formation earlier in the afternoon as it had a 70 percent change of becoming a short-lived subtropical storm or topical cyclone.
This formation is the first named subtropical storm of the Atlantic Hurricane Season, which officially doesn’t start until June 1.
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