Tracking the Tropics: Earl expected to become hurricane, Danielle meandering in northern Atlantic


Danielle has regained strength as a hurricane and Earl is now expected to become a hurricane, but neither poses a threat to the U.S. 

Hurricane Danielle is nearly stationary, moving north at only 1 mph, but could regain hurricane strength as the system drifts over open water through Labor Day weekend. Danielle poses no threat to land. 

Tropical Storm Earl poses no threat to the U.S., but is expected to bring 2 to 4 inches of rain with isolated areas receiving up to 6 inches in Puerto Rico and the Leeward Islands. The system will move just to the north of Puerto Rico today bringing limited flash flooding to the island. 

Tropical Storm Earl is expected to make a turn to the north heading into Labor Day as high pressure to the east backs down. The northeast turn sets it to move away from the eastern United States this week. Earl poses no threat to Florida. 

The system is expected to become a hurricane toward the end of the week as it nears the Bahamas. 

The next name on the list is Fiona. Though no new storms are expected to form through Labor Day weekend, we are a week out from the average peak of hurricane season.

Be sure you are prepared by counting on the NBC 2 First Alert Hurricane Tracking Team.  You can brush up on your tropical weather knowledge using our NBC2 online hurricane guide+ here!


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