Tropical Depression Nine forms

Tropical Depression Nine formed late Wednesday in the Atlantic Ocean and forecasters say it could become a tropical storm later Thursday.

BY HEATHER MOYER | BALTIMORE | September 28, 2006


Tropical Depression Nine formed late Wednesday in the Atlantic Ocean and forecasters say it could become a tropical storm later Thursday.

The depression is now 685 miles south-southeast of Bermuda, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC). Tropical Depression Nine is moving northwest at 12 miles per hour, and NHC forecasters say strengthening is likely as the day continues. Its current winds are at 35 miles per hour.

The current forecast track for Nine shows it continuing its move into the central Atlantic and staying well east of Bermuda.

If Tropical Depression Nine strengthens, it will become Tropical Storm Isaac.


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