Tropical Storm Gordon Turns North; Should Bypass Bermuda

September 12, 2006
Tropical Storm Gordon Forms; Bermuda at Risk Again

(12:20 p.m.) -- Tropical Storm Gordon, which was initially on a path toward Bermuda, is currently moving north-northwestward and poses no threat to land. This is good news for the cruise region, as Hurricane Florence blew through just this past weekend.

The storm is also expected to gradually turn further north -- and further away from Bermuda -- over the next 24 hours.

This will be our final report on this system unless further development affects cruise itineraries or ports.

--By Melissa Baldwin, Associate Editor
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