Providenciales, 13 Jul 2015 – Despite reports that the Tropical Depression off the coast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina would not become stronger… it did.
Now the third named system for the Atlantic Hurricane Season, Tropical Storm Claudette is clocking winds at 70mph but fortunately she poses no threat to anyone. TS Claudette up to news broadcast time was moving at 15mph to the northeast and is expected to weaken beginning tomorrow morning. She will brush with Canada but by then the National Hurricane Center says she will be post tropical.
Elsewhere in the Atlantic Basin, all is quite… the Eastern Pacific however is contending with two systems, namely: Delores and Enrique.