Storm Bill gains strength as it moves across the Atlantic – Telemundo San Antonio (60)

MIAMI – Tropical Storm Bill, which formed Monday night in the Atlantic Ocean off the east coast of the United States, remains a non-threatening mainland as it moves into the Atlantic.

As reported by the National Hurricane Center (NHC), in its 5:00 am EST bulletin the system is located 240 miles from Nantucked, Massachusetts, and 460 miles from Halifax, Nova Scotia.

The system had maximum sustained winds of 50 miles per hour and was moving northeast at a translation speed of 31 miles per hour.

The system is expected to lose steam between Tuesday night and early Wednesday as it enters cooler waters and becomes a subtropical storm later in the day, dissipating completely on Wednesday.



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