Tropical Storm Oscar has formed in the Atlantic Ocean, but does not pose a threat to land.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Oscar was centred Monday morning about 620 miles (1,000 kilometres) southeast of Bermuda, with top sustained winds of about 80 mph (130 kph).
No coastal watches or warnings are in effect.
The Miami-based National Hurricane Centre (NHC) said Oscar was expected to continue in a westerly direction overnight, followed by a turn towards the west-northwest by early Monday, with a northwestward motion forecast on Monday afternoon.
Forecasters expect Oscar to become a hurricane later Sunday as its track curves toward the North Atlantic.
The storm is moving north at 13 miles per hour.
Oscar already packs sustained winds around 60 miles per hour. "Near or just beyond 96 hours, the shear is forecast to increase substantially and Oscar should begin to make the transition to an extratropical cyclone".
If Oscar becomes a hurricane it will be the eighth so far this season, which will come to a close on November 30.
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