NHC – Tropical Storm Philippe, currently positioned at 17.6N latitude and 52.7W longitude, is set to undergo a weakening process in the coming days, according to the latest update from the National Hurricane Center.
With maximum sustained winds at 45 mph and a westward movement at 12 mph, the storm’s intensity is expected to gradually diminish.
Fortunately, there are no coastal watches or warnings in effect, providing a sigh of relief for coastal residents.
Philippe’s impact on land remains minimal, as it continues its westward track.
While Philippe’s power wanes, vigilance remains key in hurricane-prone regions.
A new tropical system, known as AL91, is taking shape in the central tropical Atlantic.
Showers and thunderstorms within an area of low pressure between the Cabo Verde Islands and the Lesser Antilles are displaying signs of organization.
Environmental conditions are highly conducive for its development, with a strong likelihood of it evolving into a tropical depression or storm within the next 48 hours.
This system is expected to track west-northwestward across the central tropical Atlantic.
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