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Odette transitions into post-tropical cyclone as it remains off U.S., Canadian coasts

Odette transitions into post-tropical cyclone as it remains off U.S., Canadian coasts
Post-tropical cycline Odette isn't expected to make landfall in the United States or Canada. Photo courtesy of NOAA

Sept. 17 (UPI) -- Odette is now a post-tropical cyclone located south of Nova Scotia.

In its final update at 1:31 a.m. EDT Saturday, the Canadian Hurricane Center said Odette was 124 miles south-southwest of Sable Island, which is about 109 miles southeast of the closest point of mainland Nova Scotia. Maximum sustained winds were 53 mph and moving northeast at 20 mph.

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The National Hurricane Center's final update was 9 p.m. Saturday

The Canadian agency said the storm is "leaving the warm waters of the Gulf Stream" with characteristics of a strong fall storm that produces strong northerly winds and heavy rain."

A sharp cold front moving across Newfoundland Sunday will interact with moisture from the post-tropical storm to enhance the rainfall over southeastern portions of the Island late later in the afternoon and into the overnight hours, the agency said.

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