14 Days Later: Nadine Holds On Another Day

Now two weeks old, Tropical Storm Nadine continues its trek through the Atlantic Ocean.

Tropical Storm Nadine was officially being tracked starting on September 11th. Two weeks later, including a brief time when she was no longer considered tropical, the storm is still packing high winds.

As of 4am Central Time, the storm was over 400 miles south of the Azores Islands and moving to the west at a slow six mile per hour. It is expected to turn Southward by tomorrow.

The storm currently has winds of 45 miles per hour, with some higher gusts near the center of the storm.

Amazingly, even after two weeks, the storm could stronger over the next day or two.

However, Nadine is not expected to pose a threat to land at this time.


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