11 PM Update Danielle is now a hurricane with sustained winds of 65 knots. It is somewhat uncommon for a tropical cyclone to reach hurricane strength on or east of 30W. Danielle is moving to the west northwest and a more northwestward motion is expected. At the moment it looks like Danielle will remain at sea during its lifetime.
Tropical Storm Earl continues to move west northwest at 20mph and this motion should continue for several days. Note the following from NHC: A TROPICAL STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR BARBADOS...ST.
VINCENT...THE GRENADINES...TRINIDAD...TOBAGO...GRENADA AND ITS
DEPENDENCIES...AND ST. LUCIA.
Earl should continue to intensify and reach hurricane strength on Monday.
Tropical Storm Charley Continues to swiftly move northeastward off of the New Jersey coast and should reach Long Island around sunrise on its way to the Boston area. Charley will soon transition to an extratropical system.
Original Post Earl is of most concern to Florida over the next few days. Are you ready to possibly go through this again this coming weekend? Tropical storm Earl will likely be classified at 5PM and move toward Jamaica and then Cuba.
Charley is moving through NC/Virginia and quickly toward the northeast as a much much weaker system.
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