Tropical Storm Kyle forms over the northwestern Atlantic


Tropical Storm Kyle formed this afternoon over the northwestern Atlantic Ocean, and is expected to undergo further strengthening over the Gulf Stream.

The forecast for Kyle predicts some strengthening, and a 50 mph peak is forecast to occur in a couple days. Kyle’s wind field is also expected to expand in size before it becomes post-tropical around 2.5 days from now.

Tropical Storm Kyle’s forecast cone. Kyle is expected to head out to sea during the next couple days.

Kyle brought some rainfall to the Mid-Atlantic during its precursor disturbance phase, but thankfully is not expected to impact land any further as it rushes northeastward out to sea over the next couple days.

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