Tropical storm forms west of Mexico, but quickly weakens

Posted August 14, 2017

The track of the storm takes it between Hatteras and Bermuda on Tuesday, keeping it off the Carolina coastline by approx.

Tropical Storm Jova formed in the Pacific Ocean off Mexico's west coast, but it quickly weakened into a depression Saturday and forecasters said it posed no threat to land.

The storm is located east of the Bahamas.

According to the NHC, it is expected to reach tropical storm strength later Sunday.

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Because of this, the National Hurricane Center is not issuing any watches or warnings on Gert. It is now moving to the west-northwest at around 10 to 15 miles per hour and is expected to meet up with a larger area of low pressure southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands in the next few days. However, well before it reaches the east coast of the is forecast to turn towards the northeast and move out to sea.

Additionally, there is a small area off the coast of Africa with a low chance of development over the next few days.

A slow strengthening is expected in the next day or two.