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Tropical Cyclone Odette Formed in the Atlantic Ocean

Tropical Cyclone Odette was formed off the Mid-Atlantic coast.

According to the National Hurricane Center, monitoring and warnings are not valid.

The storm is expected to disappear soon by Saturday night in southern Canada.

Odette is moving northeast at 15 mph and has a maximum wind speed of 40 mph.

Forecast trucks leave the center of Odette away from the United States

It passes south of the Mid-Atlantic and the Atlantic Canada on weekends.

Strong tropical cyclone winds extend up to 115 miles north of the center.

The National Hurricane Center predicts that Odette will generate swells that can cause waves and rip current conditions along the East Atlantic coast.



Tropical Cyclone Odette Formed in the Atlantic Ocean

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