In keeping with our TSRC policy of at least mentioning all storms that are named by the National Hurricane Center, Named Storm Oscar formed in the central Atlantic from a low pressure area. This storm may make hurricane status but will be moving generally north and northeast away from US Coastal areas and will not be a threat to the US east coast. This will be our only mention of Named Storm Oscar.
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Tropical Storm Research Center, Gulf Shores, Alabama