The U.S. coast continues to remain safe from any tropical development as the two systems we are tracking are forecasted to move away from us. However, Danielle has become a hurricane again and Tropical Storm Earl could become a hurricane in the coming days.
Tropical Storm Earl is north of the Leeward Islands and continues to move west-northwest. No further intensification has been noted through the afternoon and evening. Continued high shear is restricting part of Earl’s growth. However, although that shear is expected to stay persistent, warm waters and unstable atmospheric conditions will still allow for some slight intensification through the rest of the weekend.
Earl is expected to take a turn in the coming days and evening dart back out towards the central Atlantic. In 4-5 days, Earl will have more favorable conditions for development and is forecasted to become a hurricane. Earl will not be impacting the U.S.
Danielle is once again a Category 1 Hurricane with winds at 75 mph. Danielle struggled for a period as it became stagnant and wouldn’t move leading to cooler waters beneath the system. Now that Danielle is back on the move, it is projected to start making another turn towards the north-northeast through the end of the weekend and into next week. Again this will remain a “fish storm” and not impact land.
We are closing in towards the peak of the 2022 Hurricane Season. Although it has been overall quiet through the season, we still have a couple months that could
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