First Alert Weather: New tropical system forms in the Atlantic

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Typically, the wind field on a sub tropical storm is wider than a tropical storm.

A subtropical storm is a hybrid cyclone.

The storm does not now pose a threat to any land.

A subtropical storm is similar to a tropical storm in that it develops over the open ocean waters and, like a tropical storm, it has winds of at least 39 miles per hour.

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Storm Ernesto will bring with it a "Post-Tropical Cyclone" and we are expected to at least get the tail-end of the Subtropical Storm which has formed out in the Atlantic. Whereas a tropical storm may have its strongest winds at its center, a sub tropical storm can have its strongest winds further out. The National Hurricane Center started issuing advisories on this Subtropical system Wednesday morning.

Hurricane Chris bucked the trend but Alberto, Beryl, Debby, and now Ernesto all acquired a mix of upper level cold core temperatures along with low level warm center. Before then they were simply given numbers for identification. Eventually, it might wind up impacting Europe as a remnant low pressure area next week.

By the end of this week, the third subtropical storm of the year could be named Ernesto.

As the drier air moves out by the weekend, tropical moisture is set to return.

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