A strong extratropical low pressure system at the tail end of an old front is beginning to acquire some tropical characteristics and could become a subtropical storm on Sunday. The next name on the list is Otto. The system is located just to the north northwest of Bermuda and it is moving to the east at about 12mph. Wind shear in the area should remain light through Tuesday morning, so additional intensification is indeed possible. Current winds at Hamilton are out of the west southwest at 26mph gusting to 32mph and the sea level pressure is down to 1000mb.
Other areas of activity near the Leeward Islands and north of Panama are disorganized but they are also in areas of weak shear. Could be something to watch in a day or two.
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