MIAMI - A new tropical depression, the tenth of the season, formed in the Atlantic Wednesday morning about 860 miles west-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands. Forecasters expect it to become Tropical Storm Joyce.
Maximum sustained winds are 35 mph. The system is moving toward the west-northwest at 16 mph.
There is some potential good news about this system. Computer models show it taking a more northerly track than Tropical Storm Issac.
The current cone of error shows the center of the system about midway between Puerto Rico and Bermuda on Monday morning.
The depression is expected to grow into a tropical storm later today.
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