Subtropical Storm Andrea forms in the Atlantic Ocean
Subtropical Storm Andrea has formed in the Atlantic Ocean.
On the forecast track, the center of Andrea is expected to remain southwest or south of Bermuda during the next day or two, according to the National Hurricane Center.
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The system is not expected to be a threat to the U.S. but could impact Bermuda.
Conditions were forecast to become unfavorable for further development by late Tuesday, and the disturbance is expected to merge with a cold front on Wednesday.
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Data from an Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter plane indicate that the maximum sustained winds are near 40 mph with higher gusts.
Slight strengthening is possible overnight. Weakening should begin late Tuesday, and Andrea is expected to dissipate on Wednesday.
The next special tropical weather outlook will be issued by 11 p.m.
The Atlantic hurricane season officially starts June 1 and runs through Nov. 30.