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Atlantic system forms 12 days before hurricane season

| Wendy Victora Rudman
The first fledgling tropical system has formed in the Atlantic, 12 days ahead of the official onset of hurricane season. The storm is not forecast to pose a threat to Florida. At this point, it’s a non-tropical Bermuda low, which may briefly acquire some tropical characteristics this weekend before moving north, according to local officials.


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