Joyce Forms in the Northern Atlantic

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12 Sep 2018 5:13 PM
On Wednesday evening, Subtropical Storm Joyce formed in the northern Atlantic. The storm will gain tropical characteristics into Thursday and will potentially transform into a tropical storm by the end of this week. Joyce Forms in the Northern Atlantic Joyce will be steered by the ridge of high pressure (the same one that is steering Hurricane Florence.) By the end of the week, the storm will turn and head to the northeast. Joyce Forms in the Northern Atlantic Joyce Forms in the Northern Atlantic Impacts may be felt across the Azores but this system will mainly stay out to sea. No matter what happens, we will be sure to give you the latest on everything that is happening across the tropics. For WeatherNation, Meteorologist Kate Mantych
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