We now have our third named storm of the 2015 hurricane season and it's called '"Claudette." Right now, Claudette is moving to the east-northeast at about 20 mph. the storms current location would place it at about 400 miles or so south of Nova Scotia.

In addition to being very far away from Gulf waters, the storm is expected to turn more to the north-northeast which could take it into colder waters and we all know what colder waters do to tropical storms.

Because of that move into cooler waters, Claudette is expected to weaken significantly throughout the day today and eventually lose all her tropical characteristics by this evening.

Let's all pray that the rest of the Atlantic hurricane season will follow this trend.