Tropical storm Carlos formed this Saturday afternoon in the waters east of the Pacific Ocean without it being expected to affect any territory, reported the National Hurricane Center (NHC, for its acronym in English).
According to the NHC bulletin issued this Saturday at 8 pm Pacific time, the tropical storm was 1,225 miles southwest of the southern coast of Baja California.
Carlos had maximum sustained winds of 40 miles per hour and was moving west at 7 miles per hour.
The tropical storm is expected to strengthen through Sunday and turn west-southwest in the next 24 to 36 hours.
At the moment, there are no warnings or surveillance in any coastal area.
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