Rina formed into a tropical storm on Thursday, Sept. 28, and stayed over the open Atlantic.

What You Need To Know

  • Rina formed on Sept. 28

  • It was a tropical storm over the open Atlantic for about three days

  • Rina interacted with Philippe, but had no impacts to land

Rina briefly intensified the next day, but remained at tropical storm strength.

Its proximity to Tropical Storm Philippe limited Rina's development as it interacted with strong wind shear. It remained over open water and had no impact to land.

Rina became a remnant low late on Oct. 1.

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