Thursday, September 25, 2008

Kyle Forms, Tropical Storm Suspension Ends

CapitalClimate suspends its suspension to report on the resumption of the tropical storm season:

The stormy area which brought all the heavy rain to Puerto Rico and Hispaniola has organized into Tropical Storm Kyle. Maximum winds reported from aircraft reconnaissance are 45 mph. The storm is located about 650 miles south southwest of Bermuda, heading north at 8 mph.

The expected track takes the storm near Bermuda and eventually toward the eastern New England or Canadian Maritime coast. The public in southeastern Canada has been advised to monitor future developments.

Some strengthening is forecast during the next couple of days, and two major models predict it to reach hurricane force.

Images: Kyle satellite image from SSD/NOAA, Kyle forecast track from National Hurricane Center

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