MIAMI (AP) — Hurricane Nadine has gotten slightly stronger as it heads eastward out into the Atlantic Ocean.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami reported late Saturday morning that Nadine's maximum sustained winds were 80 mph (129 kph). It remains a Category 1 hurricane, and little strengthening is expected over the next two days.
Nadine is centered about 880 miles (1416 kilometers) east of Bermuda and 1390 miles (2237 kilometers) west-southwest of the Azores islands. It is moving east-northeast at 15 mph (24 kph).
In the Pacific, Kristy remains a tropical storm with maximum sustained winds near 40 mph (64 kph).
Kristy is centered about 325 miles (523 kilometers) west of the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California and is moving northwest at 9 mph (14 kph). It is expected to weaken as it passes over cooler waters during the next two days.
A new tropical depression has also formed in the eastern Pacific, 1080 miles (1738 kilometers) west-southwest of Baja California and on a westward path. It poses no land threat.