Weakening Karen no longer a threat
Tropical Depression Karen dwindled last night and was no longer listed by the Bermuda Weather Service as a threat.
The remnants of Karen were forecast to pass south of the island over the weekend, with the potential to deliver some swells on Sunday.
Bermuda has felt the distant effects of Hurricane Lorenzo, more than 1,300 miles to the island’s east and headed north-northeast as a Category 2 storm.
The storm churned powerful waves that have spread across the North Atlantic — and was predicted to bring hurricane and tropical-storm strength winds to the Azores by tonight.
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