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Tropic Update: Humberto close to hurricane strength - Gabrielle reforms

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - Your First Alert Weather Team is monitoring Tropical Storm Humberto and Tropical Storm Gabrielle.

LATEST ON HUMBERTO: As of Tuesday night, Humberto featured maximum sustained winds of 70mph and a minimum central pressure of 995mb. The center of this strong tropical storm was just southwest of Africa's Cape Verde Islands in the far eastern Atlantic and was moving northwest at 5 - 10mph.

TRACK AND INTENSITY FORECAST: Computer models support Humberto moving northwestward through the week and also having an opportunity to intensify into a Category 1 hurricane by midweek. Early indications are that steering winds will not likely allow the system to ever fully cross the Atlantic Ocean - but we'll monitor the system closely nonetheless!

 

LATEST ON GABRIELLE: The National Hurricane Center continues to issue advisories on Tropical Storm Gabrielle as it moves northward through the Atlantic near Bermuda.
 
TRACK AND INTENSITY FORECAST: Gabrielle will bring tropical storm conditions to Bermuda into Wednesday and possibly to southeastern Canada late in the week. The system will not likely impact the eastern United States.

 

Thanks for staying with your First Alert Weather team for updates! And please download our 2013 hurricane survival guide.

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