Wanda Wanders In Atlantic, Could Shift From Subtropical To Tropical Cyclone


Subtropical Storm Wanda continued to wander over the north Atlantic west of the Azores Monday.

The National Hurricane Center said Wanda could gain some tropical characteristics over the week as the storm moves slowly northward before becoming a post-tropical system by the end of the week.

Wanda is not a threat to land at this time.

Here's what the NHC had to say on another area of interest in the tropical Atlantic Monday morning.

A broad area of low pressure located several hundred miles west-southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands continues to produce disorganized shower activity. This system is moving northwestward into a region of less conducive upper-level winds, and the chances of tropical cyclone development are decreasing.

The season ends on November 30.


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