Latest in his career – Telemundo Miami (51)

Latest in his career – Telemundo Miami (51)

MIAMI – Tropical Storm Lee formed in the center of the Atlantic Ocean on Tuesday afternoon, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.

According to the NHC’s bulletin at 5 p.m. this Tuesday, the system was 1,315 miles east of the Lesser Antilles. It had maximum sustained winds of 45 mph and was moving west-northwest at 16 mph.

This depression is expected to strengthen into a major cyclone in the next few days. If it becomes a tropical storm, it will be named Lee.

Notifications, clocks and current alerts

At this time, no warning or watch is in effect.

However, the NHC recommends residents of the Lesser Antilles to monitor the system’s progress.

This is how hurricane season goes in the Atlantic

The current Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1 and ends on November 30.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts between 14 and 21 named storms, of which 6 to 11 will become hurricanes. Of these, between 2 and 5 are the most severe (Category 3 to 5).

These are the hurricanes that formed in the Atlantic Ocean and left the deadliest in U.S. history, according to a compilation of NOAA data.

To date, eight tropical storms have formed in the current Atlantic hurricane season: Arlene, Brett, Cindy, Dan, Emily, Franklin, Gert, Harold, Idalia, Jose, and Katia.

Of them, Dan, Franklin and Italia were the only ones to survive the hurricane.

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