What's next for the 2007 Atlantic Hurricane season?

For weather junkies keeping track of the 2007 Atlantic Hurricane season, the list of named storms has now reached the letter K.

Tropical Storm Karen poses no threat to land at present time; the storm is located more than 1,100 miles east of the Windward Islands.

A small increase in intensity could bring Karen to hurricane strength later this week, according to the National Hurricane Center.

Tropical Storm Jerry dissipated earlier in the week over the northern Atlantic. Meanwhile, an unnamed tropical depression (No. 13) is lurking in the Gulf of Mexico about 200 miles east of Tampico, Mexico.

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