• Tropical Storm Ida was named Friday night and is located more than 900 miles east-northeast of the northern Leeward Islands as of late Monday night.
  • Ida is moving to the north-northwest over open waters and is expected to become nearly stationary by Tuesday.
  • Despite warm sea surface temperatures, wind shear will likely not allow Ida to strengthen over the next few days.
  • If Ida survives, upper-level winds will become more conducive to allow strengthening late this week.
  • Tropical Storm Ida is not a threat to land over the next five days.
  • For the most complete track and forecast information, go to our interactive storm tracking map for Ida.

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