Tropical Storm Bill moving NorthEast off the US East coast
Tropical Storm Bill emerged from a tropical depression in the Atlantic on June 14, Monday evening. TS Bill has become the second named storm of the season after Tropical Storm Ana formed on May 22, almost a week ahead of the official hurricane season.
It is currently moving northeast off the East coast of North Carolina at 31 mph and with maximum sustained winds of 50 mph – posing no immediate threat to land.
According to National Hurricane Center (NHC), the storm is likely to be short-lived and will come close to the Nova Scotia coastline as a post-tropical storm by Wednesday before dissipating. No watches or warnings are issued.
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