Tropical Depressions No. 9 and No. 10 are being watched at the National Hurricane Center.
Tropical Depression 9:
NOAA says the storm is loosely organized and will continue to fizzle as atmospheric conditions hammer away at its potential formation. The storm continues to slowly track west-northwest at 8 mph with sustained winds of 30 mph. It is not expected to pose any threats to land and the NOAA predicts it will further downgrade to a “remnant low”.
Tropical Depression 10:
Tropical Depression 10 trails its sibling in the Atlantic, moving west-northwest at 9 mph. This storm also packs winds of 30 mph with higher gusts. The storm is expected to strengthen in the next 48 hours and upgrade to Tropical Storm status by Saturday. The storm isn’t threatening land masses at this time.
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