[Thursday Evening] Storm Forming in Gulf of Mexico; Storm Surge Flooding Threat to Western Florida

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[Monday Evening] Jerry Passing Close to Bermuda; Karen Weak and Approaching Puerto Rico

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[Thursday Evening] Jerry Strengthening but Expected to Pass North of Caribbean

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Hurricane Jerry has strengthened quickly today within a window of slightly lower shear. Small storms are prone to rapid changes in intensity, and Jerry could continue intensifying tonight. However, shear will increase substantially on Friday, and Jerry is likely to weaken Friday and Saturday. The storm is expected to track well north of the Caribbean islands, though a Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for the northern Leewards. Jerry could be in the vicinity of Bermuda in about 5 days, though per usual, uncertainty is large that far in advance.


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