Location: 32.2°N 65.6°W
Max Winds: 35 mph
Movement: ENE at 12 mph
Pressure: 999mb
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Post-Tropical Cyclone Jerry Computer Models
Post-Tropical Cyclone Jerry Satellite Image
Post-Tropical Cyclone Jerry Track

Post-Tropical Cyclone Jerry Summary

Multiple scatterometer passes over Jerry indicate that the cyclone
no longer has sustained tropical-storm-force winds. Therefore
Jerry is now a remnant low, and the Bermuda Weather Service has
discontinued the Tropical Storm Warning for Bermuda. However, wind
gusts to tropical storm force are still possible on the island
during the next few hours, especially at elevated observing sites.
Based on the scatterometer data, the current intensity is estimated
to be 30 kt. The low-cloud swirl is becoming less well-defined, and
since the system will continue moving through a hostile environment
of strong shear and dry mid-level air, steady weakening is likely.
The cyclone should dissipate in 2-3 days. The NHC intensity
forecast is close to the latest intensity model consensus.

The system is moving east-northeastward at a slightly faster clip,
or 070/10 kt. A gradual turn to the east and east-southeast is
forecast as the cyclone moves along the southern edge of the band of
mid-latitude westerlies, and then turns to the right along the
northeastern periphery of a subtropical anticyclone before
dissipating.

This is the last advisory on Jerry.

Hurricane and Tropical Weather Links

National Hurricane Center
Weather Underground
NOAA GOES Satellite Imagery
South Florida Water Management District
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