BWS Is “Watching Sam” In The Atlantic

September 24, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Bermuda Weather Service [BWS] said that “although the outlook is too far out to indicate the likelihood of impacts to Bermuda, BWS is watching Hurricane Sam in the distant eastern tropical Atlantic, just over 2,000 miles to our southeast.

The BWS said, “Closer to home, an interaction between some of the remnants of TD Peter and the trough to our east has led to NHC highlighting the moderate potential for some subtropical development nearby.

“However, any development of this disturbance is anticipated to be short-lived and unlikely to cause any wind-related impacts to the island, as it pulls away to the north through the weekend. Keep up to date through this very active hurricane season at www.weather.bm.”

Graphic courtesy of the NHC:

NHC Two-Day Graphical Tropical Weather Outlook Bermuda Sept 2021

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