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Bye-Bye Nadine

By: 4Warn Weather Team
By: 4Warn Weather Team


BYE BYE NADINE. AFTER TRAVELING FOR OVER THREE WEEKS ACROSS THE EASTERN ATLANTIC...AFFECTING THE AZORES TWICE...AND AFTER 88 NHC ADVISORIES...NADINE HAS FINALLY DISSIPATED. SATELLITE IMAGES AND ASCAT DATA INDICATE THAT BY 1200 UTC THIS MORNING...NADINE NO LONGER HAD A CLOSED CIRCULATION AND HAD BECOME ASSOCIATED WITH A
COLD FRONT. PENDING A POST-STORM ANALYSIS...NADINE WILL TIE GINGER OF 1971 AS THE SECOND-LONGEST-LASTING ATLANTIC TROPICAL STORM ON RECORD AT 21.25 DAYS. AS A TROPICAL CYCLONE...WHICH INCLUDES THE TROPICAL DEPRESSION STAGE...IT IS THE FIFTH-LONGEST-LASTING
TROPICAL CYCLONE ON RECORD IN THE BASIN...AT 21.75 DAYS.

GLOBAL MODELS KEEP A VORTICITY MAXIMUM...ASSOCIATED WITH THE REMNANTS OF NADINE...EMBEDDED WITHIN A LARGE EXTRATROPICAL CYCLONE. THIS FEATURE IS EXPECTED TO MOVE RAPIDLY NORTHWARD AND DISSIPATE IN A DAY OR TWO.


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