TROPICAL STORM HENRI. . . A ONE-NIGHT STAND!

In spite of upper level shearing, low pressure is a named storm

In spite of upper level shearing, low pressure is a named storm

When sustained winds maintain 39 mph or higher, a tropical low pressure is labeled a tropical storm. With 40 mph winds, HENRI formed 600 miles east of the northern Windward Islands. It is moving towards the west northwest at 19 mph. Shearing of cloud tops should cause the storm to be downgraded to a tropical depression on Wednesday.
The warm front west of us will move north of us into Georgia. We will be unseasonably warm on Wednesday. Daytime heating will set off scattered showers or thunderstorms during the afternoon.

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