Tropical Depression Four in Central Atlantic
Tropical Storm Four formed early this morning in the central Atlantic. This system does not pose a threat to the Baton Rouge area at this time. As a reminder, Three is now currently Tropical Storm Bret, Two became Tropical Storm Arlene in on the first day of the season and One was a subtropical system that formed over the North Atlantic in January.
In the eastern Atlantic, Tropical Depression Four formed with the 4am advisory. The storm is moving west-northwest at 15mph with maximum sustained winds at 35mph. Tropical Depression Four is expected to intensify into a Tropical Storm by tomorrow morning and will take the C name on the 2023 Hurricane list, Cindy.
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