Tropical Storm Franklin Forms; Poses No Threat | NBC 6 South Florida

Tropical Storm Franklin Forms; Poses No Threat

The sixth named storm of the seasons is far from South Florida and heading away

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    Forecasters say the sixth named storm of the Atlantic season has formed well off the U.S. East Coast.

    The National Hurricane Center said early Saturday morning that Tropical Storm Franklin was centered about 460 miles (740 kilometers) north-northeast of Bermuda. It had maximum sustained winds of about 40 mph (65 kph).

    Franklin is not expected to get any stronger, and forecasters say it is likely to significantly weaken by Sunday. It does not pose any threat to land and is expected to keep moving over open waters. It currently is moving to the northeast at about 20 mph (32 kph).

    Check out our interactive radar and our hurricane season page.