Tropical Update: Bill Becomes Extratropical
Bill Becomes Extratropical. Bye Bye, Bill!
Tropical Storm Bill formed off the east coast late Monday night, but was a short-lived storm. Bill is now Extratropical. This was the second named storm of the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season.
As of the 11pm update from the National Hurricane Center, Bill is now Extratropical and there will be no further advisories from the National Hurricane Center. Need a refresher on Tropical Lingo, click here!
Other Tropical News:
- The Gulf system will likely become a tropical depression later this week, bringing heavy rain to the northern Gulf Coast by Friday. Watching for potential impacts locally, but high uncertainty remains.
- Monitoring a potential tropical wave off the Cape Verde Islands. This has a low chance of development as it battles dry air the further it moves into the Atlantic.