Post-Tropical Cyclone Jerry Is Weakening As It Approaches Bermuda; Tropical Storm Warning Issued

weather.com meteorologists
Published: September 25, 2019

Post-Tropical Cyclone Jerry is approaching Bermuda but it has lost its deep convection and is no longer considered a tropical cyclone.

The center of Jerry is located more than 70 miles west of Bermuda and is heading east-northeastward.


Current Storm Status

Jerry will continue moving east-northeastward for the next couple of days and will pass near Bermuda Wednesday while gradually weakening because of hostile upper-level winds and dry air.

A tropical storm warning has been issued for Bermuda, and tropical-storm-force winds (39-plus mph) could develop there Wednesday afternoon and continue through Wednesday evening.

Bermuda will likely receive an inch or less of rain through Wednesday night.

High surf and rip currents will continue to affect the archipelago over the next few days.


Projected Path

Bermuda was battered by strong winds from Hurricane Humberto last week.

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