Subtropical Storm Andrea forms deep in the Atlantic

System should have short life span, not threaten U.S.

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MIAMI – A low pressure system several hundred miles southwest of Bermuda has become Subtropical Storm Andrea, the National Hurricane Center said Monday. 

According to Local 10's Luke Dorris, Andrea should have a short life. A cold front should quickly absorb and kill the storm.

It poses no threat to South Florida or the U.S., though people with interests in Bermuda will want to monitor this system.

The official start to the Atlantic hurricane season is June 1.