The fourth tropial storm of the year in the Atlantic has come. Usually it's a D storm but remember tropical storm Abrew (Anita) in the south atlantic. So I didn't skip a thing (except maybe the formation of the storm). This NOAA image has just revealed the sun on this system.
As of where it's going is uncertain, with my predictions take it just missing landfall seven days from now as a Category two storm, and NOAA's forecast taking Colin 100 miles east of that. But right now, NOAA's predictions seem wrong because it's already starting to slip south of the forecast 12 hour mark.
With the strength of the storm right now being 40 miles per hour, that is subject to change, being over warm waters of 28 degrees celsius. It's going to become 29 degrees celsius, so don't be surprised if it's a hurricane in any part of its lifetime.