TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Tropical Storm Tammy is moving over the open southwestern Atlantic waters.
The storm is about 200 miles east of Bermuda, with highest winds around 65 mph.
Tammy is moving northwest at 3 mph.
After a transition out of tropical storm phase, it has regained a warm-air core and enough structure to return to tropical storm classification. It is expected to move west, then a slight southerly shift, over the next few days. Upper-level winds and drier air will keep the system from strengthening, eventually weakening by early next week.
The storm is anticipated to avoid the U.S. east coast over its life span.