Tropical Storm Cindy has formed in the Atlantic Ocean. This storm will remain out in the middle of the water, and is not expected to come near shore. It will remain a tropical storm over the next few days and most likely dissipate on Friday.
Cindy is the third tropical storm to form this year. Currently, there are two active tropical storm systems over the Atlantic Ocean. Neither Cindy nor Bret should get close enough to the coastline to cause any damage. Both storms will move northeast through the rest of the week. They will both move to cooler waters and break up by the weekend.
For current hurricane conditions, consult the National Hurricane Center.
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