Tropical Storm Chantal spins at sea, away from North America

Tropical Storm Chantal spins at sea, away from North America

Tropical Storm Chantal spins at sea, away from North America

Tropical storm Chantal is lingering in the middle of the Atlantic.

Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Chantal is doing some kind of loopy, insane dance in the Atlantic several hundred miles east-southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

As of 8:00 a.m. Wednesday, NHC predicted the chances of development over the next 5 days is around 20 percent.

"It's moving away from the lower 48", he explained. The good news is that this storm poses absolutely no threat to land. "It's just going to be another storm in the season, I guess".

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The Hurricane Center has detected a small low-pressure area over the north Atlantic Tuesday night.

By Friday, a deep slug of tropical moisture associated with a tropical wave will begin to push into Coastal Louisiana allowing for more widespread, and likely, heavy tropical showers and storms. It's due to remain a weak tropical storm through Friday, then make a loop in the North Atlantic over the weekend and fizzle out, forecasters predict. "It's there. It's not going to bother anybody".

"This is a reminder that between now and October 10, this is the meat of the hurricane season", Osterberg said.

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