Subtropical Storm Debby forms far out over the Atlantic

- Subtropical Storm Debby has formed far out over the north Atlantic but is expected to be a short-lived storm.

The storm's maximum sustained winds Tuesday morning are near 40 mph and the U.S. National Hurricane Center says Debby is expected to dissipate in a few days.

The storm is centered about 1,160 miles west of the Azores and is moving north near 16 mph.

The storm is not currently a threat to any land.

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