http://vascularweb.com.br/2016/05/quer-saber-o-risco-de-trombose-em-viagens/ Named Storm Humberto formed in the Bahamas from Tropical Depression Nine. This storm will be moving generally northward well off the east coast of Florida and is projected by the National Hurricane Center to turn to the northeast on Sunday. It will then track into the central Atlantic over the next week or so. Persons along the east coast of Florida can expect high surf, moderate rain at times and rip currents. Humberto is forecast to become a Hurricane, but since it will most likely be well out to sea at that time, the effects to the southeastern US will be minimal. Persons in Bermuda may see Tropical Storm conditions by mid to late week. If any unanticipated westward movement takes place, we will update our unofficial information accordingly.
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Tropical Storm Research Center, Gulf Shores, Alabama