HURRICANE CENTER: 2 Hurricanes And 2 Tropical Disturbances In The Atlantic
Lots Of Storms, Still No Threat
FLORIDA – Boca Post (BocaPost.com) — There are now two hurricanes in the Atlantic and two additional tropical disturbances that the National Hurricane Center is continuing to watch.
Hurricane Earl is forecasted to track southeast of Bermuda but it is possible that the winds will spread across the island on Thursday. Forecasters expect swells to reach Bermuda by Thursday morning.
Hurricane Danielle is tracking to stay out at sea and not affect any land mass.
Tropical Disturbance # 1
A large disorganized system including thunderstorms and showers formed hundreds of miles west of the Cabo Verde Islands. This system shows signs of development; however, as it crosses the central Atlantic, chances for further development may diminish.
Tropical Disturbance # 2
Another tropical wave off the western coast of Africa is expected to enter the Atlantic by the end of the week. Forecasters say that conditions are present to allow for the slow development of the system as it travels across the warm Atlantic.