Tropical Storm Lane forms far out in Pacific
Forecasters say Tropical Storm Lane has formed in the eastern Pacific Ocean but that it poses no threat to land.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami says Lane is 1145 miles (1843 kilometers) southwest of the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California and has maximum sustained winds of 40 mph. It is moving west-southwest at 5 mph (8 kph) and is expected to turn northwest on Sunday.
Closer to the southwest Mexico coast, Kristy remains a tropical storm even as it passes over cooler waters.
Kristy is centered about 365 miles (587 kilometers) west of the southern tip of Baja California, where it could produce swells that cause life-threatening surf and rip conditions. It is moving northwest at 9 mph (14 kph) but it is expected to weaken Sunday.
In the Atlantic, Hurricane Nadine has maximum sustained winds of 80 mph (129 kph) and is 980 miles (1577 kilometers) east of Bermuda. The Category 1 hurricane is moving eastward at 17 mph (27 kph).
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