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5am 10-9-17: Nate is post-tropical, tracking new depression in Atlantic

Tropical Depression Seventeen

As of 5am Monday, Nate is a post-tropical cyclone and remains no threat to our area. It will, however, continue to batter parts of the northeast with significant rainfall. Unfortunately, tropical moisture will stick around the Carolinas so expect dew points in the upper 70s (very humid) and elevated rain chances through midweek.

Find more on Nate's history: http://wpde.com/weather/first-warning-weather-blog/8am-10-8-7-after-two-unites-states-landfalls-nate-is-weakening-rapidly

Elsewhere, Tropical Depression Seventeen has formed this morning. This will likely become our next named storm, Ophelia, by tomorrow. This system is absolutely NO threat to the United States.

We are a month past the September 10th peak of hurricane season but there's historically a secondary, smaller peak around this time of year. We're always watching the tropics!

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