Potential Tropical Cyclone One will likely become Tropical Storm Alex later tonight into tomorrow morning. This would be our first named storm of the Atlantic Hurricane Season. It brought a lot of rain to south Florida, with some spots along the coast almost up to 10 inches.

Sustained winds are at 45 mph, putting it well within the threshold for a Tropical Storm, but the storm is still reshaping after making landfall, and has become more organized. It is still, disorganized enough to be designated as “Potential Tropical Cyclone One” instead of “Tropical Storm Alex”. While it is now fully into the Atlantic, we are likely to see continued cohesion of the storms, and a defined center to form. This storm will not impact the CSRA. Over the next week, it will track across the Atlantic Ocean, remaining as a weak tropical storm.

There are no other areas of interest at this time.