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Gaston has transitioned into a post-tropical cyclone this evening as it churns in the open waters of the Atlantic.
As of 3 a.m. GMT/11 p.m. EDT, Post-Tropical Cyclone Gaston was last located at 38.6 N and 38.2 W, or about 510 miles west of the Faial Island in the central Azores. Gaston was moving west-southwest at 9 mph, with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph. Its minimum central pressure was 1005 mb, or 29.68 inches of mercury.
Gaston will continue on its westward track as a post-tropical cyclone, with dangerous surf conditions remaining possible in the Azores on Monday.
While the climatological peak of hurricane season just recently passed, it is very important to still be ready for a tropical storm or hurricane should one come your way. Collect non-perishable goods and water, blankets, radios and batteries, and extra cellphone chargers into a hurricane-supply kit. Scope out multiple evacuation routes in case your preferred route is traffic-jammed or blocked.