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5am Update on Tropical Storm Jerry

Tropical Storm Jerry Forecast Track (NHC) Tropical Storm Jerry Forecast Track (NHC)
Hostile Conditions Cause Jerry To Weaken.
Summary Of 500 Am EDT Information
Location... 27.2n 43.7w
About 1310 Miles East Of Bermuda
About 1220 Miles WSW Of The Azores
Maximum Sustained Winds... 45 Mph
Present Movement... Stationary
Minimum Central Pressure... 1005 Mb... 29.68 Inches
There Are No Coastal Watches Or Warnings In Effect.
At 500 Am EDT... The Center Of Tropical Storm Jerry Was
Located Near Latitude 27.2 North... Longitude 43.7 West. 
Jerry Is Nearly Stationary... And A Slow And Erratic Motion 
Is Expected Today... Followed By A Gradual Turn Toward 
The Northwest Or North By Wednesday.
Maximum Sustained Winds Have Decreased To Near 45 Mph
With Higher Gusts.  Some Fluctuations In Strength Are Possible
During The Next 48 Hours.
Tropical-Storm-Force Winds Extend Outward Up To 60 Miles
From The Center.
The Estimated Minimum Central Pressure Is 1005 Mb...
29.68 Inches.
Hazards Affecting Land.... None.
Next Complete Advisory... 1100 Am EDT.
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