A new tropical storm has formed in the Atlantic north of Bermuda, but now poses no threat to land, forecasters said on Wednesday.
A tropical wave that the PinPoint Weather Team has been monitoring since last weekend has finally emerged from the Caribbean into the Gulf of Mexico.
The storm, possessing 40mph winds, is now situated about 500 miles southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia.
At noon Bermuda time on Wednesday, Chantal, located 455 miles south of Cape Race, Newfoundland, was packing winds of 40 miles per hour with higher gusts and heading east at 20 mph.
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The system is not expected to impact the United States. Forecasters with the National Weather Service expect that pattern to hold, but the disturbance could bring some extra rain as the weekend approaches.
Rain chances across parts of Florida swing up Thursday and especially Friday and Saturday when strong thunderstorms and gusty winds sap the joy out of the end of the work week.
National Hurricane Center forecasters say the "trough of low pressure" is now creating "disorganized showers and thunderstorms" in the south Atlantic. The Hurricane Center said Chantal will pose no threat to land as it continues to head southeast over the next few days.