Depression & Storm Currently In Atlantic Area

Cesar Mills
September 23, 2018

Tropical Storm Kirk was packing maximum sustained winds of 40 miles per hour on Sunday and moving at a rapid pace, and Subtropical Storm Leslie became our 12th named storm, way out in the Atlantic. They expect Kirk will track quickly westward over the next few days far from land.

Kirk is located 465 miles south-southwest of the southernmost Cabo Verde Islands. It has since turned south and now moves in a westward direction. The storm traveled due west and with slow intensification was named Tropical Storm Isaac the following day.

"If these trends continue, advisories will be initiated on this system later today while the low moves westward at about 20 miles per hour".

NHC forecasts keep it at tropical storm strength as it crosses the Atlantic over the next week.

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Elsewhere over the Atlantic, forecasters are watching Tropical Depression Eleven and two other tropical waves.

The latest forecast says that "onditions are expected to become conducive for the low to acquire subtropical or tropical characteristics, and a subtropical or tropical cyclone is likely to form by early next week while the low meanders over the central Atlantic Ocean". The complex would likely be a weak system if it does develop.

"Low- to mid-level ridging over the eastern Atlantic is expected to cause Kirk to move even faster toward the west during the next couple of days, reaching speeds of at least 22 kt in 24-36 hours".

This system has a low chance of development. At that time, the system will be moving westward and then northwestward over the southwestern Atlantic Ocean, according to the center.

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