Also Saturday, Tropical Storm Lee created within the eastern Atlantic with sustained winds of 40 miles per hour. The storm involved 720 miles west-southwest from the Cape Verde Islands and posed no immediate threat to land.

Norma was 220 miles south of Cabo San Lucas and moving north at 2 miles per hour, with forecasters saying it might approach waters southwest from the peninsula late Sunday or early Monday.

The hurricane had maximum sustained winds of 80 miles per hour. It had been located about 485 miles south-southeast of Cape Hatteras, New York, and it was heading north at 6 miles per hour.

Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Lee created within the Atlantic not even close to land.

The dying toll from Irma within the Caribbean was 38.

An exotic storm warning is at effect for that southern tip from the Baja California Peninsula because of Norma, that the U.S. National Hurricane Center reported had weakened right into a tropical storm on Saturday, with maximum sustained winds of 65 miles per hour.

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