Named Storm Earl – 2022

Named Storm Earl – 2022 developed near the Caribbean Leeward Islands from a tropical depression. This Tropical Storm is moving west-northwest at 12 to 14 miles per hour and will be passing to the north of Puerto Rico and Hispaniola. Regional conditions are unfavorable for intensification. A weather feature coming off the US Southeast Coast will make “Earl” start to turn north and then northeast by early Monday, September 5, and will direct it into the north Atlantic. Since this storm has nearly a zero chance of affecting the East Coastal US, this will be our only mention of Named Storm Earl – 2022.

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