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Tropical Depression 5 accelerates away from Bermuda

Christian Fernsby |
The National Hurricane Center (NHC) In Miami said Sunday morning that Tropical Depression Five is moving northeast at 21 mph and is located about 185 miles northeast of Bermuda.

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Topics: TROPICAL    BERMUDA   

The system has maximum sustained winds of 35 mph, with higher gusts.

According to forecasters at the NHC, the system could become a tropical storm during the day on Sunday or into the evening hours before becoming a post-tropical system on Monday.

If the system does become a tropical storm, it will have the name "Edouard."

"Little change in strength is forecast today," the NHC said.


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