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Tropical Storm Jose forms in Atlantic, 2 other disturbances being monitored

  • Tropical Storm Jose has formed in the Atlantic, with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph and located 785 miles east-southeast of Bermuda. The storm is moving north at 5 mph and is expected to be absorbed by Hurricane Franklin by the weekend.
  • There are two other disturbances being monitored in the Atlantic. One disturbance west of Cape Verde has a 70 percent chance of development and is gradually becoming better organized. The other disturbance, once Tropical Storm Gert, has a short window for further development before environmental conditions become unfavorable.
  • Tropical Storm Idalia has been downgraded but continues to produce heavy rainfall and flash flooding in eastern North Carolina. It is expected to weaken over the weekend and move over the western Atlantic. Hurricane Franklin is moving away from Bermuda, creating dangerous surf and rip current conditions along the mid-Atlantic and northeastern US coast.
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