A tropical storm, named Gonzalo, formed on Wednesday in the central Atlantic Ocean. This is evidenced by data from the U.S. National Hurricane Tracking Center (NHC) on July 22.
The storm is moving northwest and is currently about 2,000 km east of the southern Caribbean islands. It has a travel speed of 19 km/h.
The accompanying wind reached a speed of 75 km/h. This was the reason for his name to be given. This is the case when the wind speed inside the phenomenon reaches 62 km/h. If the wind speed exceeds 119 km/h, the storm turns into a hurricane.
On July 6, a tropical storm formed in the Atlantic and was named “Edward”. The maximum speed of the accompanying wind was 64.4 km/h.