A third tropical formation in the Atlantic Ocean has a medium (60%) chance of formation but will likely turn north away from the U.S.
The mid-Atlantic formation has a reasonable chance of becoming the next named Atlantic storm, which would give it the name Emily. It is currently around 2,300 miles away from Florida’s coast.
Along with the mid-Atlantic formation, there are two other formations in the Atlantic with very low chances of formation. They will not be a threat to Florida or the continental U.S.
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