Could Cindy’s remnants develop into a new tropical depression or subtropical storm near Bermuda?

Could Cindy’s remnants develop into a new tropical depression or subtropical storm near Bermuda?

Tropical Storm Cindy dissipated over the Atlantic Ocean Sunday night, but the National Hurricane Center (NHC) is monitoring its remnants for possible redevelopment later this week.

The NHC said an area of ​​low pressure associated with what was once Tropical Storm Cindy is producing unregulated rain and thunderstorms more than 400 miles south of Bermuda.

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Strong upper level winds are expected to prevent redevelopment of the system over the next day or two. However, the NHC said environmental conditions could become more conducive to some gradual redevelopment over the next seven days.

The system is expected to move gradually north over the western Atlantic Ocean, passing near Bermuda on Thursday.

The NHC gives Cindy’s relic a 10% chance to evolve within the next 48 hours and a 30% chance to evolve within the next seven days.

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From Cindy to Don?

Although the area of ​​showers and thunderstorms that the NHC monitors was once Tropical Storm Cindy, if it were redeveloped into a tropical storm, it would be given a new name: Dawn.

This is because what is left of Cindy no longer has a circulation area.

Therefore, if thunderstorms recombine and form a new tropical depression or storm, they will get a new number (Tropical Depression Five) and then a new name (Tropical Storm Don).

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