Another Tropical Storm Brewing Over The Atlantic – Miami A Likely Target?

30 August 2011

Now that Tropical Jose is starting to get out of the picture for Miami, another tropical depression is starting to form within Cape Verde Islands. As of today, it was predicted that Tropical Storm Jose is weakening, but fear that the forming tropical depression can cause mayhem in Miami if it hits the city.

It is safe to say that for now there are no coastal watches for either of the storm so far. According to the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Jose was around 340 miles north of Bermuda and somewhat 55 miles south of Nova Scotia and Helifax.

Gaining a speed of 40 mph while moving north, the tropical storm is expected to steer clear and lose its power by Tuesday, should it hit the north-northeastern part. There are no need for panicking as of yet, so technically, there are no signs of disaster in Miami as of yet – just as long as the forming tropical depression does not head over to Florida’s direction.