Tropical Storm Gaston

September 2, 2010 by USA Post 

Tropical Storm Gaston, Forecasters this morning Tropical Storm Gaston came back to a depression, with the caveat that there is still a lot of sea in front.

According to the National Hurricane Center advisory at 11 am, the system – Maximum sustained winds only 35 mph, was about 1,500 miles east of the Lesser Antilles and thousands of miles of U.S. coastline. It was moving west-northwest at 7 mph slower. Some restrengthening is expected in the next 48 hours.

Earl was moving north near 18 mph and is expected to reach outside of North Carolina tonight Banks and southeastern New England on Friday night.

Tropical-storm winds are expected along the coast of North Carolina as early as this afternoon, even if the count remains at sea, 11 am advisory said.

This morning, the hurricane warning as it covers most of the coast of North Carolina said Massachusetts’s hurricane watch areas included parts of North Carolina and extending from the line of North Carolina from Virginia to Cape Henlopen, Del.

A tropical storm warning was posted for almost the rest of North Carolina and northern everything to New Jersey and eastern Long Island, most of Connecticut and Massachusetts.

A tropical storm warning was in effect for the coast of New England Hull, Massachusetts, to Eastport, Maine, and western Long Island and most of Nova Scotia.

Tropical Storm Fiona, meanwhile, to the north-northwest and a tropical storm warning was issued for Bermuda.

At 11 hours, was about 550 miles south of Bermuda and moving north-northwewst at 17 miles per hour? Is expected to be in the northeast and passed near Bermuda late Friday or early Saturday. Its maximum sustained winds were near 50 mph. Slow weakening is forecast.

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