No active storms
Nadine Dissolves in Atlantic Short of Record
October 4, 2012
By The Associated Press
The National Hurricane Center issued its last bulletin for Nadine on Thursday morning. Forecasters had a little fun with the storm in the final advisory, saying: "Bye Bye Nadine ... What a long strange trip it's been."
Nadine tied 1971's Ginger for second place on the list of longest-lasting cyclones of at least tropical storm strength. The record is held by an unnamed storm from 1899, which hung around for nearly 28 days.
Nadine mostly spun harmlessly out at sea. Its remnants had gale-force winds of about 40 mph near the Azores island chain east of Portugal. It never threatened the U.S.
Click here for comments or suggestions.
Hurricane Learning Center
Stay Safe & Informed
Get severe weather alerts and your live local temperature when you're not on the web. Includes one-click access to additional severe weather information on WeatherBug.com. Learn More
Other Top Weather Headlines
Drought Update: Heavy rain continues to pelt the West over the week with welcomed Pacific…More >
The snowiest cities in the U.S. may surprise…More >
WeatherBug Featured Content
Be Prepared, Know Before
Get faster alerts and better forecasts from the exclusive neighborhood-level WeatherBug network.Learn More