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Multiple Systems Across Atlantic Ocean Have Forecasters' Attention During 2019 Hurricane Season

Tropical Storm Jerry among multiple systems being monitored

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    Active Atlantic as Hurricane Season Brings Concern

    NBC 6's Steve MacLaughlin has a look at the multiple storms have formed that have South Florida concerned and alert at this time.

    (Published Friday, Sept. 20, 2019)

    What to Know

    • As of Friday morning, Jerry is now a strong Category 2 storm with winds sustained at 105 mph.

    As Tropical Storm Jerry continues to move north over the Atlantic Ocean, as many as three other areas show the possibility of tropical development.

    As of Saturday morning, Jerry had maximum sustained winds of 65 mph and was located roughly 260 miles north-northeast of San Juan, Puerto Rico, and 755 miles south of Bermuda. The storm system is moving northwest at 14 mph.

    There are no coastal watches or warnings in effect.

    In the meantime, there will be a few areas to watch in the Atlantic over the next several days with no threats anticipated for the United States.

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