Tropical Storm Gert Expected to Stay Well off the U.S. East Coast.

August 15, 2011 – – Tropical Storm Gert not Expected to Threaten the U.S. East Coast: Currently, Tropical Storm Gert has sustained winds of 60 MPH and is moving North at 12 MPH. At that rate of speed, Gert is moving 288 miles a day.
The map above, shows the approximate position of Gert today (August 15th), Tuesday (Aug. 16th), Wednesday (Aug. 17th) and Thursday (Aug. 18th). No Watches or Warnings are currently in effect. No Cyclones, Typhoons or Hurricanes are currently present in the Oceans of the World.
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