Subtropical Storm Oscar forms in Atlantic; no threat to land

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Oscar is the eighth hurricane in the Atlantic this season, and is located approximately 725 miles southeast of Bermuda in the open waters of the Atlantic.

Tropical Storm Oscar became Hurricane Oscar, officials with the National Hurricane Center said on October 28. Oscar is still moving toward the west at 16 miles per hour. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Oscar was centered Monday morning... Eastern Daylight Time on Saturday, October 27, 2018, due the presence of Sub-Tropical Storm Oscar over the Atlantic Ocean.

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But now a new low pressure system, centered about 900 miles east-northeast of the northern Leeward Islands in the central Atlantic, "is gradually becoming better defined", according to the National Hurricane Center. It is expected to turn towards the northwest on Monday and may rush across the north-central Atlantic by the middle of the week. "Near or just beyond 96 hours, the shear is forecast to increase substantially and Oscar should begin to make the transition to an extratropical cyclone". The Atlantic hurricane season ends on November 30, but it usually peaks on September 10-11.