The remnants of Tropical Depression 27 have reformed in the Northwestern Caribbean Sea. Just off of the coast of Honduras -- and they've gained a name, too,
Tropical Storm Gamma, the season's 24th named system. The expected movement is toward the north and ultimately northeast, passing through the Keys and across extreme southern Florida as a strong tropical storm in 3-4 days.
Residents of the Florida peninsula, Bahamas, Outer Banks, and Cuba should pay close attention to the movement of this system over the next few days; the eventual forecast calls for it to rapidly accelerate up the east coast of the US and merge with a significant midlatitude weather system early next week.
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