Tropical Storm Kyle formed in the Atlantic Ocean near the New Jersey coastline Friday — the earliest K-named stormed in recorded history, according to weather experts.
The cyclone was churning Northeast not far from Atlantic City Friday afternoon and was forecast to keep moving away from land over the weekend, according to The National Hurricane Center.
The storm, which reached speeds of 17 mph with sustained winds of 40 mph, isn’t expected to pose a threat to any Eastern US states, according to the center.
The previous earliest K-named storm was Hurricane Katrina which wreaked havoc in New Orleans in August 2005.
Source: New York Post
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