Atlantic gales about 400 miles (640 kilometers) southwest of Bermuda may develop into a depression or sub-tropical storm in a day or two, the National Hurricane Center said.
The thunderstorms and gales that extend “several hundred miles” across the Atlantic, generating high seas east of Florida, have a 40 percent chance of becoming a more organized system as they move west today and turn northwestward tomorrow, the Miami-based center said on its website. The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June through November.
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