Subtropical Storm Oscar forms in Atlantic; no threat to land

Subtropical Storm Oscar forms in Atlantic; no threat to land

The long-range outlook shows this system remaining over open waters of the Atlantic, with a north-to-west path of movement before shifting to the northeast early next week. The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Saturday morning that Oscar was centred about 1,040 miles (1,675 kilometres) east-southeast of Bermuda, and it was moving west at 13 mph (20 kph). A turn toward the west-southwest is anticipated later today, followed by a turn back toward the west on Sunday. Additional strengthening is forecast during the next several days, and Oscar is expected to make a transition to a tropical storm on Sunday.

At press time, the National Hurricane Center forecast for the storm system put the likelihood of it developing into a tropical cyclone during the next 48 hours at 90 percent.

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The global models have come into much better agreement on Oscar's eventual recurvature and acceleration, and confidence in the NHC track forecast has increased. Oscar will be steered west until Monday when the storm system now impacting the U.S. East Coast blocks its progress.

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