Tropical system off Bahamas has 70% chance of becoming first storm of hurricane season; it would be called Arthur
A low-pressure area around the Bahamas now has a 70% chance of strengthening into the first storm of hurricane season, bringing Florida gusty, rainy weather later this week, the National Hurricane Center said Wednesday morning.
If it becomes the first named storm of the season, it would be called Subtropical Storm Arthur.
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