Former Tropical Storm Lee Posted September 2 2005, 6:13 AM EDT :: MIAMI — The former Tropical Storm Lee dissipated far offshore in the Atlantic on Thursday, forecasters said. At 11 p.m. EDT, the weakened system was about 730 miles east of Bermuda and about 1,475 miles west of the Azores. Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center said it was moving west-northwest near 7 mph. Maximum sustained winds had dropped to 30 mph from 35 mph earlier Thursday. Lee became a tropical storm Wednesday afternoon when its winds reached 40 mph—just above the 39 mph threshold for a tropical storm—but weakened hours later to a tropical depression with 35 mph winds.
Tropical Storm Maria forms in Atlantic Posted September 2 2005, 11:20 AM EDT :: MIAMI — Tropical Storm Maria formed Friday out in the open Atlantic, but it posed no threat to land, forecasters said. At 11 a.m., the 13th named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season had top sustained winds of 40 mph, just above the 39 mph threshold to be a tropical storm. Its center was about 1,185 miles southeast of Bermuda. It was expected to move toward the west-northwest at about 9 mph later in the day.
-KATRINA :: #1116 CATRIONA :: ZERO
Hurricane Lee omitted
-MARIA :: #170 MARIA :: AMDRANISA
-NATE :: #575 RENATE :: LOTAVARIA
-OPHELIA :: #171 OPHELIA :: KENIKOIMA
-PHILIPPE :: #977 PHILIPPA :: DARESTHIL
-RITA :: #1180 RITA :: DOJINDAGO
-STAN :: #35446 STANA :: BALTHURIS
-TAMMY :: #3403 TAMMY :: KIMAZTOLA
-VINCE :: #366 VINCENTINA :: TONIKAVAT
-WILMA :: #392 WILHELMINA :: DENIVANUI