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Margot was a hurricane in the Atlantic Ocean basin.
Margot formed on Sept. 7 and remained a hurricane midwater throughout the week. It never made landfall directly, and sent swells to the Portuguese archipelago of Azores.
The cyclone lost strength following the swells, and dissipated by Sept. 10.
Margot was one of three active storm cycles in the Atlantic, including Hurricane Lee and Hurricane Nigel.
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Margot is still a category 1 hurricane out in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean.
Hurricane Margot roams across the open ocean of the Atlantic, far away from any land.
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Hurricane Margot continues its slow journey northward in the Atlantic Ocean.
Hurricane Margot develops as it continues to meander in the Atlantic Ocean.
Tropical Storm Margot is slowly strengthening as it moves northward. The storm is near hurricane strength.
Tropical Storm Margot gradually strengthens in the eastern Atlantic Ocean.