Another day, another record set. This time for the earliest “K” storm ever, beating out Katrina, which formed on August 24, 2005. Tropical Storm Kyle formed off the East Coast and is moving east away from the US, so it will not be any threat to the Southeast. No other storms are predicted to develop in the next five days, but we are just starting to enter the main part of the Atlantic hurricane season, so Kyle won’t be the last of the year. You can read more here.