Nadine was first classified as a Tropical Cyclone on September 11th. Now, three weeks and seventy-eight advisories later, she could threaten the Azores Islands once more.
A Tropical Storm Warning is currently in effect for those islands. This means that Tropical Storm conditions could be seen in those areas.
As of 1am Central, Nadine was packing sustained winds of 65 miles per hour, and is showing little changes in strength.
It is currently moving to the east/south-east at 6 miles per hour, and could turn due east by this afternoon.
Although the previously mentioned 65 mile per hour winds extend outward 115 miles from the center of Nadine, the storm is expected to weaken over the next day or two.
It could also bring 1 to 2 inches of rains to portions of the Azores Islands.
As it has been for most of its life cycle, it is not a threat to the United States at this time.