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Morning Express with Robin Meade

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Two tropical storms and one 'fake' hurricane

Looking at the satellite picture in the MW this morning you’d think there was a hurricane circulating around. It’s the same storm that has been there since This weekend, and it is cut off from the main tropical and subtropical jet streams. That means there is nothing to push this thing out, so it’s going nowhere . Just like my DWTS application...

Rain and storms will be ongoing all afternoon around the NE, MW and S around this storm center. It looks awesome on the satellite, I’ll show it to you.

Dense fog has developed around the same spots, so air travel will be affected. I’ll have the latest delays.

Remember tropical storm Ophelia? Well her remnants near the Leeward Islands have become better organized this morning and may turn back into a tropical storm again. The path would take it to the north, away from everybody. Tropical storm Philippe is on a slow boat to nowhere in the Eastern Atlantic, no worries. Another shot of rain is edging into the NW this morning again, I’ll have the radar. I’ll keep it short for a tired Tuesday.

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