Subtropical Depression Forms Over the North Central Atlantic

| April 19, 2017 @ 9:43 am

The non-tropical low over the North Central Atlantic has developed enough convection to be classified as a subtropical depression this morning.

It is about 890 miles west southwest of the Azores this morning with top winds of 35 mph. The central pressure is 995 millibars. It is moving NNE and will only affect the fishes and a few ships as it merges with a large low on Thursday.

It shouldn’t intensify and should not get a name. If it did, it would have been called Arlene.

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