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Larry speeds away from Newfoundland as post-tropical cyclone

Larry speeds away from Newfoundland as post-tropical cyclone
Hurricane Larry was expected to weaken to a tropical storm Saturday afternoon. Photo courtesy of NOAA

Sept. 10 (UPI) -- Hurricane Larry moved northeast away from Newfoundland, Canada and became a post-tropical cyclones on Saturday, forecasters said.

In its final 11 a.m. EDT update, the National Hurricane Center said the eye of Larry was located about 550 miles north-northeast of Cape Race, Newfoundland, and 1,150 miles west-southwest of Reykjavik, Iceland. It had maximum sustained winds of 70 and was moving north-northeast at 48 mph.

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No coastal watches or warnings were effect.

Larry was to merge with an extratropical low.

No named stormed remained in the Atlantic until Nate formed as a tropical storm Sunday in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico.

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