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Tropical Storm Nadine is moving northeast in the Atlantic on a path that may threaten the Azores Islands with damaging wind and rain, the National Hurricane Center.
The 14th named storm of the Atlantic season that runs through November was 450 miles (720 kilometers) west-southwest of the Azores, moving at 8 miles per hour with winds of 60 mph, the NHC said in a 5 a.m. Atlantic time advisory.
“A tropical storm watch may be required for a portion of the Azores later today,” the Miami-based center said.
In the Pacific, Hurricane Lane is forecast to become a remnant low within two days, the NHC also said. The system was about 1,180 miles west of the tip of Baja California with 75 mph winds.
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