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Hurricane Nigel was a storm in the Atlantic Ocean basin.
Nigel never progressed passed category 1 strength, and never posed a danger to land. Nigel’s strongest wind speeds were recorded at 74 mph on Sept. 22.
Like Hurricane Margot, Nigel was off the coast of Azores, a Portuguese archipelago. Nigel was 640 miles off the coast, and never posed a threat to land.
For more information, see the National Hurricane Center.
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This week long timelapse shows the the full life of Hurricane Nigel in the North Atlantic ocean.
Hurricane Nigel treks toward the north east.
Hurricane Nigel makes its way northward in the Atlantic Ocean.
Hurricane Nigel’s large, lumbering eye swirls in the North Atlantic.
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Nigel is a category 1 hurricane in the middle of the Atlantic ocean.
This timelapse starts around when Nigel become a tropical storm, strengthening up to its designation as a hurricane.
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Tropical Depression Fifteen forms as a new tropical system well to the east of the Lesser Antilles.