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National Hurricane Center 5h
Post-Tropical Cyclone Advisory 9: Leslie Becomes a Post-Tropical Cyclone. This is the Last Advisory.
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National Hurricane Center 10h
In addition to Subtropical Depression Leslie, the National Hurricane Center is monitoring a few other areas that could become tropical cyclones during the next 5 days. Go to for details.
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National Hurricane Center 11h
Subtropical Depression Advisory 8: Leslie Expected to Become a Post-Tropical Cyclone By Tonight.
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National Hurricane Center 17h
Subtropical Depression Advisory 7: Now available on the NHC website.
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National Hurricane Center 20h
Replying to @NHC_Atlantic
The remnants of are producing tropical-storm-force winds as the system moves quickly westward across the tropical Atlantic, and could reacquire tropical cyclone status during the next few days.
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National Hurricane Center 20h
Replying to @NHC_Atlantic
Regardless of formation, the broad low off the southeast U.S. coast will likely enhance rainfall over portions of NE SC and eastern NC Tuesday and also produce dangerous rip currents along the NC coast on Tuesday. For more info see
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National Hurricane Center 20h
8 PM EDT: NHC is monitoring 2 systems with a medium chance of tropical cyclone formation in the next 48 hours: 1) a broad area of low pressure off the southeast U.S. coast (), and 2) the remnants of located over the central tropical Atlantic
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National Hurricane Center 23h
Subtropical Storm Advisory 6: Leslie a Little Less Organized.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 24
Subtropical Storm Advisory 5: Leslie Drifting Eastward Over the Central Atlantic. No Change In Strength.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 24
Remnants Of Advisory 9: Kirk No Longer Has a Closed Circulation. Advisories Are Being Discontinued.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 24
Tropical Depression Advisory 8: Kirk Moving Quickly Westward.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 24
Subtropical Storm Advisory 4: Leslie Changes Little in Strength Over the Central Atlantic.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 23
Subtropical Storm Advisory 3: Subtropical Storm Leslie Moving Slowly Southwestward.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 23
Tropical Depression Advisory 7: Kirk Weaker and Accelerating Westward.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 23
Subtropical Storm Advisory 2: Subtropical Storm Leslie Expected to Dissipate in a Couple Of Days.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 23
Tropical Storm Advisory 6: Kirk Moving Fast Toward the West Over the Tropical Atlantic.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 23
Subtropical Storm Advisory 1: Subtropical Storm Leslie Forms in the North Atlantic.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 23
Tropical Storm Advisory 5: Kirk Moving Rapidly Westward Over the Eastern Tropical Atlantic.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 23
Remnants Of Advisory 7: Depression Degenerates Into a Trough of Low Pressure. This is the Last Advisory.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 23
Tropical Storm Advisory 4: Kirk Accelerating Westward Over the Eastern Tropical Atlantic.
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