Remnants of Beryl re-develop into subtropical storm

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ATLANTIC OCEAN – Beryl, which was the first hurricane of the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season has redeveloped into a subtropical storm as it heads towards Canada and the northeast United States, even though far from land at the moment.

The storm is moving northeast around 14 mph at 35 degrees and is located at 37.3N by 65.2W in the Atlantic Ocean.

The storm has maximum sustained winds of 40 mph with a minimum central pressure of 1010 MB.

There are no coastal watches or warnings in effect, according to the National Hurricane Center as of 5p.m.


Updated as of 5 p.m. on July 14: 

Location: 36.4N by 65.7W

Moving: NE at 14 mph

Min pressure: 1010 MB

Max sustained: 40 mph

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