Tropics

Meet tropical storm Epsilon

Last Updated 1 month ago by Devontae Jackson.

Courtesy of COD Nexlab

The National Hurricane Center says tropical storm Epsilon has formed in the Atlantic. If you look right in the center of the satellite images, that is tropical storm Epsilon. Max sustained winds are up to 40 mph and pressure is down to 1000 MB.

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Here is a look at the winds in Epsilon this evening.

Courtesy of the NHC

Epsilon is expected to become a hurricane, only a cat 1 at this time. However, it will move towards the island of Bermuda. Bermuda is not forecast to take a direct hit from Epsilon at this time. The center of the storm is forecast to go to the east of Bermuda. So that doesn’t mean Bermuda won’t see affects from this storm because that is still possible. This storm is not expected to landfall in the U.S. at this time. The storm looks to move north of Bermuda and get caught up in a trough that will take out to sea away from the U.S. and Canada.

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