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Sayonara NICOLE..........


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Nicole gone

12:30 p.m. ET ET Tue.,Oct.12,2004

 

Buzz Bernard, Meteorologist, The Weather Channel

 

 

Subtropical Storm Nicole is gone, swallowed by a larger mid-latitude storm centered just south of Nova Scotia. The larger system is whipping gusty winds over New England and showers into eastern portions of the region. Both winds and showers are beginning to diminish, however, as the storm creeps eastward. Earlier, gusts as high as 40 mph were reported along the coast. Gale warnings remain up from Eastport, Maine, to Montauk, N. Y.

 

In the eastern Pacific, Tropical Depression 15-E is forecast to grow stronger as it moves slowly toward the WNW, paralleling the Mexican west coast over the next couple of days. A tropical storm watch has been posted along the coast from Punta Maldanado to Zihuatenejo. Heavy downpours are likely in the watch area.

 

In the eastern Atlantic, a large low pressure area centered about 600 miles southwest of the Azores Islands could become a subtropical storm as it moves toward the southwest over the next day or two. The storm would present no threat to the U. S.

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