TD-15 Not A Threat To Land, 'Long Lived Nadine' Delivering Final Glance At Azores

By: hurricaneben , 9:46 PM GMT on October 03, 2012

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Tropical Storm Nadine has weakened quite some more, winds now down to 45 MPH. It is forecast to brush the Azores Islands by tonight or early tomorrow and gale force winds are already kicking up over western parts of the island chain but the way things are looking, fortunately, not enough to cause significant damage if any damage at all. Azores will be the last islands Nadine should ever effect as tomorrow will likely be the last day of Nadine's long-lived life due to the system approaching much colder non-tropical waters to the north.

Tropical Depression Fifteen has formed in the Central Atlantic but should be very short-lived and no threat to land whatsoever. Slight strengthening into a minimal tropical storm by early tomorrow is possible but most likely nothing more than that as it will hit highly unfavorable conditions by Friday.

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