The period’s 21st named storm might become a typhoon on Tuesday, according to the Public Tropical Storm Place. Subtropical Tempest Wanda was 970 miles west of the Azores at 5 a.m. Monday, with maximum sustained winds of 50 mph and heading southeast at 7 mph. Wanda is expected to travel through the upper east on Monday before heading north on Tuesday.
“During the next few days, there is expected to be little change in strength. Regardless, Wanda has the potential to become a typhoon on Tuesday “According to the tropical storm community. Basically, there are no waterfront warnings or admonitions. The NHC is also keeping an eye on a large area of low pressure that is causing confusing showers a few hundred miles off the Cabo Verde Islands. Over the next five days, the framework has a low 10% chance of developing into a tropical depression or tempest.
Subtropical Storm Wanda Could Become a Tropical Storm This Week | WFLA. (2021, November 1). WFLA.