WASHINGTON, May 21 – According to the US National Hurricane Center (CNH), there is an 80 percent chance that a low-pressure system will turn into a tropical storm within the next 48 hours.
According to Russia Today, the event is now located just over a thousand kilometers east of Bermuda, and if it develops, it would be the first storm to erupt in the Atlantic Ocean this year.
CNH experts estimate that the low pressure system will move west to southwest, over warm waters, so it could become a subtropical cyclone near Bermuda.
Then it will continue its journey to the northwest during the evening of Saturday or next Sunday. If sustained winds of 32 kilometers per hour or more were recorded, then meteorology would reach the category of Tropical Storm and would have the name Anna.
The Atlantic hurricane season was originally scheduled to begin the first. June it will end on November 30th.
So far, scientists have predicted there will be a 70% chance of 13 to 20 storms occurring during the year, of which 6 to 10 could turn into tornadoes.
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