As the system emerged into the southwest Atlantic, it organized
further into a tropical depression east of the Bahamas,
a tropical storm late on the 28th, and a hurricane on the afternoon of the 29th. The system recurved east of the United
States as it encountered the main belt of the Westerlies. By late on the 30th, upper level wind shear stripped the deep
convection away from the center. This weakened the cyclone into a tropical storm that evening, and a tropical depression
later that night. The low held on and continued moving northeast, developing into a baroclinic cyclone off the East coast.
An extratropical cyclone over the northeast Atlantic eventually absorbed this low in early November.