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Subtropical Storm "Stephanie"
      Thu Sep 15 2016 02:04 PM

A subtropical cyclone has formed in the extreme eastern Atlantic basin, now between northern Spain and France. This storm has been nicknamed "Stephanie," but may have formed just outside of the NHC area of responsibility, and it is not clear which Regional Specialized Meteorological Center is taking the lead here just yet.


El fenómeno de la jornada: un Tropical Like Cyclone, o mesobaja resultante de la posible hibridación de la borrasca que ayer se formaba en el Mar Cantábrico. Detalles:…/15-de-septiembre-de-2016-cu…/

Google Translation: The phenomenon of the day: a tropical cyclone, or like mesobaja resulting from the possible hybridization of the low pressure yesterday, it was in the bay of biscay. Details:

Stephanie is producing a large belt of tropical storm force winds. As can be seen in the ASCAT image below

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