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Atlantic Spins Up Two Storms After Passing August Quietly

  • Tropical storms are far from land posing little threat now
  • Five storms have now formed across the Atlantic in 2022
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Source: NOAA

The Atlantic Ocean has spun up two tropical storms in quick succession after spending more than a month quiet as the heart of hurricane season starts to beat.

Tropical Storm Danielle formed on Thursday and is now churning about 915 miles (1,472 kilometers) west of the Azores in the central Atlantic with winds of 70 mph, the US National Hurricane Center said early Saturday.