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Severe Tropical Storm Danielle continues to gain power and is expected to become a hurricane shortly

Tropical Storm In the Atlantic, Danielle has been gaining intensity, and it was anticipated that she will become the first hurricane of an exceptionally calm storm season later on Friday.

At this time, there is no danger posed by the storm to any territory.

The strongest sustained winds of the storm were close to 65 miles per hour (100 kph). The National Hurricane Center in the United States has said that more intensification is anticipated.

The eye of the storm is located around 925 miles (1,485 kilometres) to the west of the Azores, and it is moving near 2 miles per hour (3.2 kilometres per hour) to the east (4 kph). According to the National Hurricane Center, the storm is forecast to move slowly over the Atlantic Ocean during the next several days.

The tropical storm has appeared in the midst of a hurricane season that had been unusually quiet. According to Phil Klotzbach, a specialist on hurricanes at Colorado State University, this is the first time since 1941 that there has been no named storm in the Atlantic from July 3 all the way through August 31. He made this statement to the Associated Press earlier.

Jonathan James
I serve as a Senior Executive Journalist of The National Era
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