After being named, Subtropical Storm Kyle tracked north-northeastward, gradually executing a clockwise loop. Initially, the circulation center remained partly exposed to the south and west of the deep convection. On September 22, convection increased around the center as the system developed a warm thermal core, and as such it was re-classified as a tropical cyclone. A building anticyclone to its northwest turned Kyle to the southwest. After briefly weakening, previously moderate wind shear began decreasing, which allowed convection to deepen and for outflow to further develop. Tracking over progressively warmer waters, Kyle began developing a banding eye feature late on September 24. Slow strengthening continued, and the storm attained hurricane status at 1200 UTC on September 25. The next day, Kyle reached peak winds of 85 mph (130 km/h) about 490 miles (790 km/h) east-southeast of Bermuda.
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