Pablo Becomes Sixth Hurricane of Atlantic Season

| October 27, 2019 @ 12:09 pm

The sixteenth named storm of the 2019 North Atlantic Hurricane Season became the sixth hurricane late this morning over the northeastern Atlantic.

The hurricane is nearly 600 miles northeast of the Azores now and moving northeast at 32 mph.

Top winds are 75 mph.

The small tropical cyclone should begin weakening tonight and become post-tropical by tomorrow.

The global models are not forecasting any additional named storms to form through November 10th. The season officially ends on November 30th.

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