Hurricane Nadine Moves Quickly Far from Land
By AP News Staff
MIAMI, FL - Forecasters say Hurricane Nadine is moving quickly eastward over the central Atlantic Ocean, far from land.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami said Nadine had top sustained winds of 80 mph. At 5 am EDT Sunday, Nadine was centered 1,190 miles east of Bermuda and moving east at 17 mph.
In the eastern Pacific, Tropical Storm Lane has maximum sustained winds of 60 mph and was 1,165 miles west-southwest of Mexico's southern tip of Baja California and moving west at seven mph early Sunday.
Tropical Storm Kristy was 455 miles west-northwest of the southern tip of Baja and had top sustained winds of 40 mph and was expected to become a remnant low soon.