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Bill Becomes an Extratropical Cyclone, Last Advisory Issued

16 Jun 2021, 12:05 pm

Tropical Storm #Bill has become an extratropical cyclone and is moving quickly over the North Atlantic. Since bill is now extratropical the National Hurricane Center is no longer issuing advisories on the storm.

Bill Stats

The final stats before its transition are posted below. For additional information on this storm including the high seas forecast – visit the link on Bill’s page via the National Hurricane Center by clicking here. 

Forecast Track

This tropical storms is likely going to move into colder Atlantic water as it heads towards the Canadian Maritimes and will quickly dissipate by midweek.

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