It was what you might call a “fish storm,” a tropical disturbance that affected no land masses after it formed in late September.
The National Hurricane Center first recognized the storm on Saturday, September 28th, 2013 as Tropical Depression Eleven.
The storm was slow to organize and gather strength, as it didn’t become a Tropical Storm until September 30th.
Jerry would only get to a mid-level tropical storm, peaking with sustained winds of 50 miles per hour.
It also moved very slowly for a time, well east of Bermuda and west of the Azores. Eventually, it broke apart and by October 3rd was no more.