The storm then became extratropical after merging with a cold front about 720 mi (1,160 km) north-northeast of the Azores, before dissipating completely on October 29.
The interaction between the stalled cold front and a high-pressure system led to the formation of a low-pressure area near Savannah, Georgia, on August 17.  On September 29, Lorenzo became the easternmost Category 5 hurricane on record.  An EF1 tornado briefly touched down in northwest Cape Coral, causing damage to 18 homes and vehicles.
As the depression moved northwestward toward the Cape Verde islands, it encountered a hostile environment of high wind shear and abundant dry air, which prevented further strengthening. Jerry fell to tropical storm intensity early on September 21, and it degenerated to a post-tropical cyclone by 18:00 UTC on September 24 roughly 280 mi (450 km) west-southwest of Bermuda, having lost organized deep convection over its center. In addition, 21 water rescues were performed in St. Johns County, Florida.  Gusty winds and beach erosion occurred in other states along the East Coast, especially in Delaware and New Jersey. Tropical storm-force wind gusts, light rainfall, and minor storm surge were felt along the eastern shores of the state.
 TSR released an updated forecast on May 30, which increased the number of forecast hurricanes from 5 to 6. , On September 14, a tropical wave emerged into the Atlantic from the west coast of Africa. A woman was injured by a lightning strike in Aventura by one such storm.  On April 5, TSR released an updated forecast that reiterated their earlier predictions.  In the British Virgin Islands, the storm caused flood and wind damage in the outskirts of Road Town. [nb 2] Two storms became Category 5 hurricanes, causing the season to become the fourth consecutive season with at least one Category 5 hurricane and the seventh on record to have multiple tropical cyclones reaching that intensity. However, the storm transitioned into an extratropical cyclone by 00:00 UTC on October 26 after becoming embedded within a cold front. A look at three tropical storms in the Atlantic as of Tuesday, September 24, 2019. , Activity began before the official start of the season when Subtropical Storm Andrea formed on May 20. At least 154,000 power outages occurred in Mississippi. The wave fractured as it approached the Lesser Antilles on July 18, with the northern portion turning northwestward and the southern portion continuing westward across the Caribbean Sea. It was expected to keep heading north after passing over Puerto Rico and stay well east of the Bahamas, the Hurricane Center said. , An upper-level low detached from a broader trough over the eastern United States in early September, moving southwestward into the eastern Gulf of Mexico by September 12.