Sub-Tropical Depression #4 in the north Atlantic Monday evening

Sub-Tropical Depression #4 developed Monday afternoon about 300 miles east of New England.

Sub-Tropical Depression #4 Currents Monday evening from the National Hurricane Center

As of Monday evening, the storm which exhibited both tropical and mid-latitude cyclone characteristics had 35 mph winds and was moving northeast at 10 mph.

Sub-Tropical Depression #4 Forecast from the National Hurricane Center

The National Hurricane Center forecast calls for it to move away from North America in the coming days.  This storm is not a threat to the ArkLaTex.

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