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4am Update on Subtropical Storm Melissa

Subtropical Storm Melissa Forecast Track (NHC) Subtropical Storm Melissa Forecast Track (NHC)
Melissa Accelerating Northeastward.
 
 
Summary Of 400 Am EST Information
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Location... 34.8n 50.2w
About 855 Miles Ene Of Bermuda
Maximum Sustained Winds... 50 Mph
Present Movement... NE Or 55 Degrees At 23 Mph
Minimum Central Pressure... 988 Mb... 29.18 Inches
 
 
There Are No Coastal Watches Or Warnings In Effect.
 
 
At 400 Am EST... The Center Of Subtropical Storm Melissa
Was Located Near Latitude 34.8 North... Longitude 50.2 West. The
Storm Is Moving Toward The Northeast Near 23 Mph. This
General Motion Accompanied By A Slight Increase In Forward Speed
Is Expected During The Next Couple Of Days.
 
Maximum Sustained Winds Remain Near 50 Mph With Higher
Gusts.  Although Little Change In Strength Is Forecast During The
Next 48 Hours... Melissa Could Transition Into A Tropical
Storm Later Today.  Melissa Is Expected Become A Post-Tropical
Cyclone Tonight Or On Thursday.
 
Winds Of 40 Mph Extend Outward Up To 205 Miles From The
Center.
 
The Estimated Minimum Central Pressure Is 988 Mb...
29.18 Inches.
 
 
Large Swells Will Continue To Affect Bermuda... Portions Of
The Northern Leeward Islands... Puerto Rico... Hispaniola... And The
Southeastern Bahamas During The Next Couple Of Days... Causing
Life-Threatening Surf And Rip Currents. 
 
 
Next Complete Advisory... 1000 Am EST.
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