Published: Tue, October 30, 2018
Science | By Cecil Little

Oscar 'Not A Threat To Bermuda At This Time'

Oscar 'Not A Threat To Bermuda At This Time'

The storm is continuing to transition from a hybrid storm to a full-fledged tropical system on Saturday night. A gradual weakening trend is forecast to begin tonight.

Under the heading Hazards Affecting Land, the hurricane center said: "None".

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If Oscar becomes a hurricane it will be the eighth so far this season, which will come to a close on November 30.

Oscar has transitioned from a subtropical storm into a tropical storm and now may become a hurricane soon.

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The system ended up becoming a category 1 hurricane three days later and eventually produced wild autumn weather, including some flooding, in Ireland and Wales, though it didn't directly affect any landmass. Oscar is expected to become a powerful extratropical low over the north-central Atlantic by late Wednesday.

"These storms can be troublesome for eastern Cuba, the Bahama, and Bermuda". The storm is located well northeast of Puerto Rico and well southeast of Bermuda in the open ocean.

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The chance of formation into a tropical storm through 48 hours remains high - 90 percent - according to the NHC.

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