"Nadine" Has a Third(!) Go as a Hurricane....
Take note of the ragged cut-off & bad data over the far E. Atlantic. The problem is that the GOES-13 satellite is malfunctioning. Work is ongoing but for the time being the satellite -- GOES-15 -- that usually covers the Western U.S. & parts of the Pacific has been moved east to cover more of the Atlantic Basin. Click here for info. from the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Studies (CIMSS) & to view other satellite sectors.
"Nadine" is still in the far E. Atlantic & has become a hurricane for a third(!) time. The tropical cyclone will do a counter-clockwise loop then start to move northeast later in the week as an upper level trough moves into the N. Atlantic. The storm might finally become extratropical late next week. No threat to Bermuda or the U.S.
The Atlantic Basin has a good deal of convection but no organized systems. Low pressure will form through early week in the extreme Northern Gulf then move inland but is not expected to be tropical.