The Atlantic storm named Isaac has dissipated.

Jamaica’s Meteorological Service (Met) issued a statement today saying:

At 4:00 a.m. the remnants of Isaac were located near latitude 14.8 degrees North, longitude 70.8 degrees West or 730 km east southeast of Kingston.

Maximum sustained winds are near 35 km/h with higher gusts.

The remnants of Isaac will likely continue to produce gusty winds and occasional heavy rains while moving westward across the central and western Caribbean during the next few days.

The Meteorological Service will continue to monitor this system.

Image via NOAA

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The Atlantic storm named Isaac has dissipated. Jamaica's Meteorological Service (Met) issued a statement today saying: At 4:00 a.m. the remnants of Isaac were located near latitude 14.8 degrees North, longitude 70.8 degrees West or 730 km east southeast of Kingston. Maximum sustained winds are near 35 km/h with higher gusts. The remnants of Isaac...

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