The penultimate named storm of the 2013 season would be another “fish storm,” and not affect any areas of land during its development and collapse in late October.
On October 21st, 2013, Tropical Depression thirteen formed deep in the Atlantic, over a thousand miles to the east southeast of the island nation of Bermuda. Later that same day, it became the twelfth named storm of the season.
The storm would reach peak strength with only 50 mile-per-hour sustained winds and eventually begin to weaken.
By October the 24th, it would degenerate into a remnant low without making landfall.