Tropical storm Kyle will be a hurricane early study as it gains immense strengths in the Atlantic

September 26th, 2008 - 4:56 pm ICT by David M N James  

Tropical Storm KyleTropical storm Kyle, the 11th named storm this season in the Atlantic Tropical Storm has began flexing muscles as it swirls towards the shores.

National Hurricane Center has just reported that Tropical storm Kyle has gained strength as it swirls in the open Atlantic, south of Bermuda.

The Center says Kyle’s maximum sustained winds have increased to near 60 mph early today fueling fears that it will become a hurricane by today evening. The National Hurricane center has also pointed out that the storm could become a hurricane by Saturday as it moves north.

Kyle has led to Bermuda authorities to issue a tropical storm watch has for Bermuda. Early reports from The hurricane center projected that Kyle is centered about 510 miles south-southwest of Bermuda and moving north near 12 mph.

Images of a NOAA satellite shows that Tropical Storm Kyle is now located at the southwest of Bermuda. The storm is now to the west, an area of low pressure in the Bay of Campeche bringing heavy rain to southern Mexico. At the moment , weather experts project that a system of low pressure centered near the South-North Carolina border will very soon generates heavy rains, intense winds and dangerous rip currents along areas of the East Coast making Kyle a dangerous storm with immense hurricane strengths by Saturday.

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