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Newly Formed Tropical Storm and Final Remains of Tropical Depression in The Atlantic

As Ida’s remains move up north through the United States, Tropical Storm Larry has formed in the Atlantic. It is currently west of Africa and is forecasted to become stronger of the next several days. The National Hurricane Center predicts that Larry will become a hurricane by tomorrow morning and a major hurricane by Friday evening.

Larry is the 12th Tropical storm of this season and there is the possibility for many more to follow. As for right now, it is difficult to exactly predict and forecast the movement of this storm, but over the next 48 hours, expect an update with a more accurate path.

Tropical Depression Kate is also moving around in the Atlantic, but is expected to dissipate over the next 72 hours.

For more information on the tropics, visit the National Hurricane Center here.

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Tabitha Bartoe
Tabitha Bartoe
Tabitha Bartoe is currently a Junior attending Valparaiso University, double majoring in Meteorology and Communications. She is the Assistant News Director at the university's television 15 VUTV and also a part of the Valparaiso University Storm Intercept Team (VUSIT) and the American Meteorological Society. Tabitha has always had a passion for weather since the age of 12 when she nearly got hit by lightning which "struck" her interest in studying the atmosphere.
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