Tropical Depression 5 is moving just north of Bermuda bringing rain and windy conditions to the area.
The BWS said, "Tropical Depression 5 has now formed and is projected to move north of Bermuda tonight as a marginal tropical storm".
The hurricane center was also tracking a tropical depression that formed on Saturday and was located northeast of Bermuda on Sunday afternoon.
That disturbance was a low within a larger area of low pressure off the northern Gulf Coast as of Sunday afternoon.
Tropical Depression Five could become Tropical Storm Dolly but is no threat to land. It is expected to encounter dry air and wind shear so it is not expected to strengthen into much more than a week tropical storm. The threat for storms will decrease this evening into tonight.
If the storm system now known as Tropical Depression 5 does indeed remain organized and its maximum sustained winds grow as strong as 39 miles per hour, it would become Tropical Storm Edouard (which would be pronounced eh-DWARD). This will track across northern Florida and off the southeastern coast.
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The tropical Atlantic continues to show signs of life. Emily became a named storm on July 12 and went on to become a powerful and deadly Category 5 hurricane that tracked through the Caribbean.
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