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Tropical Storm Bertha moves past Bermuda

Tropical Storm Bertha has moved past Bermuda dumping some rainfall and producing high winds and surf. ...

Tropical Storm Bertha has moved past Bermuda dumping some rainfall and producing high winds and surf. At approximately 10:00 am EST on July 15, 2008 Tropical Storm Bertha was maintaining a wind speed of 60 kts, with a central pressure of approximately 995 mb and located around 35.6N 62.7W. The storm is moving North-Northeast at around 10 kts but is forcasted to take a peculiar path. It is expected to move East, then Southeast then back towards the Northeast in the next few days. Depending on the path, it may grow back to hurricane strength if it moves over warmer waters before heading more North. The image below is of Hurricane Bertha as a Tropical Storm on July 13, 2008 at 21Z. The image was generated using GrADs and the TRMM Globally-merged IR brightness temperature data, merged from all available geostationary satellites (GOES-8/10, METEOSAT-7/5 & GMS).

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